Hungry Maow Cat Food Collection campaign

by | Sep 6, 2014 | Charity work, Hungry Maow | 0 comments

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As a cat sitter, I see that every family seems to have at least one bag of open but uneaten cat food. And it’s because of this scenario….

My lovely customers purchased beautiful cat food hoping to please their beloved cat. Took home the food, opened it, put it down, cat sniffed at it and walked away….

And I thought this bag of uneaten cat food could help a lot of cats in need, e.g. feral cats, foster cats, cats living with people who are under financial pressure during the recession, etc. So I approached Cats Aid and volunteered to organise a campaign to get this uneaten food to them.

How can you help? 

If you have unwanted cat food. You can bring them to our drop off point.

If you are a business and want to be one of our drop off point, please contact me here.

What do we want?

  • Opened dry food
  • Unopened dry food
  • Unopened wet food
  • New food you buy just to donate! (Grab a few more pouches in the supermarket before you head to the checkout!)

Drop off point:

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Constant Knitter – 88 Francis Street, Dublin 8.

Constant Knitter is voted one of the twelve best shops in Ireland by The Irish Times and its readers on 2012. Please go in to say hi to the lovely Rosemary and browse the amazing yarn selection. Support the business that support cats!



Where will the food go? 


Cats Aid will collect the food and it will go to:

  • Foster cats and kittens
  • Feral cats and kittens
  • Cats live with families with financial difficulties

Your unwanted food will benefit a lot of hungry cats!

Please donate and spread the word of this campaign. SHARE SHARE SHARE on your social media. Thank you.

Hungry Maow is a food collection campaign brought to you by Maow Care (me!) in an effort to the community. This is a completely voluntary initiative. For more information, please contact me here

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I started this blog on 2014.
After working as a cat care professional for several years, I realised that I am in a unique position meeting a lot of interesting cats and their incredible humans.
This blog is their stories.
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