Lakewood, Colorado (PRWEB) May 06, 2012
Cat Care Society (CCS) will receive 25% of the proceeds from a Benefit Brew at Wystone's World Teas, 7323 W. Alaska Dr. in the Belmar Shopping District, on Thursday, May 10, 5 – 9 p.m. The announcement is made by CCS President Diane Stoner, who says: "Our Society's supporters will learn about and celebrate the health benefits of black, green, white, and oolong teas, plus enjoy Wystone's delicious entree items, while benefiting our shelter cats and programs. Plus, 2% of online sales for the next year will also benefit Cat Care Society." Link here so your online purchases from Wystone's World Teas can benefit Cat Care Society: http://wystonestea.com?afid=22
Wystone’s offers a full menu, such as pitzas, pulled pork and salmon sliders, soups, paninis, wraps, sandwiches and quiche for an evening meal (gluten-free items are available). Plus, there are the traditional scones with Devonshire cream and fresh fruit preserves, cucumber tea sandwiches and egg salad expected at a tea cafe. Don’t forget dessert – for instance, try the African Rooibos tea-infused carrot cake, cherry cheese cake, pudding cake or the gelato bar. To make reservations or view Wystone's World Teas' menus, visit: http://www.wystonestea.com/Cafe.aspx
Claudia Monette - one of Cat Care Society's 2012 Painted Cats will be at the Wystone World Teas Benefit Brew on May 10th. Claudia is part of the CCS Tails of the Painted Cats fundraiser currently going on through July 28th. Local artist Jane McFadden Dorsey has again created the project's official 'drawing kitty' this year, Claudia Monette. For a $10.00 donation per ticket, names are entered in a drawing to take her home the evening of the Gala Dinner Auction at Lakewood Country Club in July. To view all of the 2012 Painted Cats, visit: http://www.catcaresociety.org/paintedcatsgallery.html
More About Cat Care Society
Having celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, Cat Care Society is a privately funded shelter that offers services unique in the metro Denver community, such as the Perpet-U-Care program, which provides up to $250 worth of annual veterinary care to senior cats (cats aged 10 years or older) adopted from Cat Care Society.
CCS is currently having an adoption special through June 20 – Spring the Seniors! – where adopters can determine their own price when adopting a senior cat (ordinarily $90). Senior cats adopted during the special are eligible for the Perpet-U-Care program, and come with vaccines, collar, microchip, and tags, and they are spayed or neutered.
To see all of CCS’s cats for adoption, visit: http://www.catcaresociety.org/adoption_cats.html
CCS also offers veterinary services through the Clinic at Cat Care Society, a full service veterinary clinic that offers services from regular veterinary care (vaccines, spay and neuter) to nail trims and dental procedures, all at reasonable prices. Assistance is also provided for qualifying low income families.
About Wystone’s World Teas
Wystone's World Teas, located in Lakewood, CO, sells more than 150 of the highest quality whole and loose leaf teas and accessories online and in its Colorado tea bar. Wystone sells only loose leaf teas because they offer superior taste and health benefits, and many of Wystone’s products meet fair trade practice standards. Its whole leaf teas and products are hand selected from all over the world to ensure the finest quality. Wystone's World Teas truly offers customers customized tea education programs, personal client buying and blending services, private and daily tea tastings, and tea accessories and gifts for all occasions. For more information, visit: http://wystonestea.com?afid=22
About the Cat Care Society
The CCS is a nonprofit organization established to improve the quality of life for homeless, injured and abused cats in the Denver metropolitan area. The Society's goals are:
- To sponsor educational programs that promote responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of all animals, and the elimination of pet overpopulation;
- To shelter cats in a healthy, cage free environment and to find compatible and responsible families for every cat;
- To provide community outreach programs that improve the quality of life for cats and people;
- To be a friend to all cats.
The CCS is supported by a number of loyal members and contributors, without whom the shelter could not operate. CCS receives no government funding. In addition, CCS volunteers assist with many fundraising activities each year. For more information, visit http://www.catcaresociety.org
Denver's Cat Care Society is also is found on these social media sites:
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/CatCareSociety
You Tube: youtube.com/CCSNewsEvents
News Feed Blog: denvercatcare.blogspot.com
Suellen Scott, Cat Care Society - 303-239-9680 x19
Maggie Chamberlin Holben, APR, Absolutely PR on behalf of the Cat Care Society – http://www.absolutelypr.com – 303-984-9801