Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Morris "Paws It Forward" - You Can, too!

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Morris is Hard at Work on His Website

We visited with Morris the Cat a few months ago when he showed us how cats and their humans could Live Well and Prospurr. Morris' website is well worth a visit. Morris is back with a new project. This time, for the holiday season, he is "Pawing It Forward." You and your kitty can help him do exactly that.

Cats enjoy their food but many cats aren't as lucky as ours, or Morris. They don't have enough food, or any food at all. Cats who have made it as far as a shelter have to eat until their forever human comes along and adopts them. Morris, who enjoys a good meal as much as the next cat, is sharing his dining tips and even better, donating food to shelter kitties via the ASPCA.  


Morris the Star Relaxing in front of his bag and cans of 9Lives

Morris has starred in over fifty 9Lives Cat Food commercials. The orange tabby has gone from shelter to star and he wants to paw it forward. Since today, Tuesday December 1st, is Giving Tuesday it's the perfect day to kick off Morris' new campaign. If you belong to Twitter you're set to go, if not, this is a great excuse to join!  Just tag your tweets #MorrisFeeds and Morris will donate a bowl of yummy food to the ASPCA. 

Morris, every the clever kitty and entrepreneur, has created a video in which he tells you exactly what his new project is about and how you can help donate food and it won't cost you a penny.




Enjoy the video and help Morris Paw It Forward during the holiday season. There's no better time to start than now!

NOTE: Morris sent Aimee a box of 9 Lives. Since her Mama (yours truly) is an ethical journalist, Aimee and I donated the box of food to a local cat shelter. We were happy to do so.

8 comments:

James Stagg said...

This is a cute campaign (as is most of Morris' work), Darlene. Thanks for highlighting it to us.

Gordon Brice said...

What a great idea, Darlene. The cats in shelters need all the help they can get and this is a great way to help them.
Many thanks to Morris for kickstarting the campaign and to you for sharing the idea.......and for donating the box of cat food to those who are in need.

Anonymous said...

Love this cat and glad they didn't do those false mouth movements to resemble cat talking. nOt on Twitter, Facebook bad enough.

Vallie Szymanski said...

Let's hear it for Morris!!!!

Darlene said...

Thank you for your comment, James Stagg. I believe in highlight things that deserve attention. I think this does. :-)

Darlene said...

Thank you, Gordon, for your comments. Aimee has food that I buy her so it seemed only right and certainly the only ethical thing to do. I'm happy to get the word out on Morris' new campaign!

Darlene said...

Hi Anonymous! Thank you for your comment. Yes, I agree that they did a good job with the video.

Darlene said...

Thank you, Vallie! Morris deserves attention for dong something to help other kitties who are far less fortunate!