Why we’re thankful for YOU!

November 22, 2016

We know we don’t need to thank you for finding ways to save more cats. That’s just what you do. That’s why you get up in the morning and go to work every day, same as all of us here at Million Cat Challenge HQ.

But we do want to thank you for reaffirming our faith in the profession we love. For proving that the energy and ingenuity for saving lives is right here in our midst, from one end of this continent to the other.

Thank you for sharing your hard-won insights so freely (literally!) – for taking the time to answer our many questions, allowing us to post your forms and materials, joining in the Million Cat Discussion group, creating and delivering webinars for your fellow Challengers even when that’s not something you’ve ever done before. We know that takes time and guts!

Thank you to the Challenger Supporting Organizations for your guidance and input, for helping us spread the word, for sustaining the work of so many Challengers, and for adding your names to our banner as a historically diverse group all supporting the same goal. Sometimes we go to our Supporting Org page just because it makes us so happy to see all your logos together up there.

Thank you to everyone who’s donated to the Million Cat Challenge. Whether you gave one dollar or thousands, know that just as every cat counts, every donation matters to our small program. We’ll guard it carefully and use it wisely.

Thank you to Maddie, the little dog whose legacy makes the Million Cat Challenge possible. We’re pretty sure you’ll go down in history as the first Schnauzer to help save a million cats!

Finally, thank you to the Challenger shelter staff and volunteers, for being the hearts and minds, hands and laps, that deliver the care we all want for cats in our shelters and communities. We are honored and humbled to share your work with the world.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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