posted by Michel on Feb 15

These lovely cats can be sponsored for as little as EUR 5 or US$ 5 per month. Just make an automated monthly payment stating the name of the cat of your choice. See the side bar on the right for instructions.

The AARRC cats awaiting your sponsorship

Mozart: I was one of the first cats here and I arrived from Manila where I was living on the streets in M.H. del Pilar in Malate for those of you that know the area. I’m the sweetest cat you’ll ever find but if you want to kiss me I will try to give you a love bite in your nose hahahaha

Pola: My friend Dayang-Dayang and I were rescued in Manila by the lovely people of CARA and we were brought here so that we could enjoy the provincial country life and give our CARA friends a bit more space. I’m SUPER friendly and I love climbing in our tree.

Frodo: Well you won’t find many local boys like me around here, especially a handsome one like me! I grew up in these parts and was picked up from the street. Now I really enjoy being with my friends because I’m very social.

Bora: Oh? Not so many locals? Well, I’m from the beautiful holiday island of Boracay and that happens to be in the same province as Kalibo, where we live now. I was living in a 3 star hotel when I was very young but they didn’t let us stay in the rooms. Why not???

Mitch: Haaaa! Speaking of local boy. I was the first kitten to be raised here at AARRC. I’m CRAZY about that dog treat “Frolic” and when I smell someone giving it to the doggies, I climb in the fence and ask for it.

Frosty: I’m from Manila too where some idiot ran over my front leg so that I can’t use that any more. However, I’m a gentleman of age now and despite my front leg, I can still clim and jump. Oh, and I just LOVE those “Frolic” too!

Beethoven: I used to live at the airport but when the AARRC people did a spay/neuter project there, they discovered that I was way too sweet to just be wandering around again. So hopefully I will find a new home.

Dayang: Pola already told you where we were from. We are both really gentle cats and we like to climb our tree and rest. We are both very social and like the other cats here. Everybody is so nice!

Flower: I had kittens just after I was found in the streets. I’m from Kalibo so I’m definitely a local beauty. I was named after the head of a meerkat family on television programme called The Meerkat Manor. Probably because I’m a real survivor and still a very nice personality.
[Sponsor: Linda Saueressig]

Nanay: Did you know that my name means “mother” in Tagalog? In this picture I can be seen with my kittens that I got just after I arrived here at AARRC. They have a home now but I’m still with AARRC. Because I was a streetcat living at the airport, I’m still a little shy, but I wouldn’t hurt a fly.

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