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Wine Raffle Deadline Coming Up

The deadline for the Feline Friends Network’s annual wine raffle is coming up.

The Stratford organisation is offering a grand prize of 65 bottles of wine valued at $920. Who wouldn’t like to add 65 bottles to the cellar, while helping to humanely control the cat population?

Other prizes include theatre tickets and chairs from C.R. Plastic Products.


Tickets are limited and they’re selling fast.

Unsold tickets will be available at Boomers Gourmet Fries, 26 Erie St., Stratford, by owner Sue Pasquale, a Feline Friends board member.


Sue Pasquale
Boomers Gourmet Fries

If there are still any tickets not sold before Saturday, Oct 15, they’ll be available at Feline Friends’ booth at the Stratford Farmers’ Market at the Stratford Rotary Complex.

The wine bottles were donated by local Real Estate & Mortgage professionals.


Other donors include C.R. Plastic Products, The Stratford Festival, Foster’s Inn, The Red Rabbit, MacLeods Scottish Shop and Cattail Creek Winery.


Feline Friends Network vice-president Sharon Morrice says they really need more volunteers to help with their Trap-Neuter-Return program. You can also volunteer to provide a foster home — occasionally cats are trapped that appear to be feral but then turn out not to be. Most often they are friendly, abandoned pets in need of a good home.


Sharon Morrice
Photo Laura Cudworth The Beacon Herald.

Feline Friends Network is the only group in the area working to humanely control the population of feral and unowned cats.

They also offer FREE spay / neuter surgery to people who qualify as low-income individuals, because although many people want to fix their cats & kittens, the price can be prohibitive.

Adopt a Cat

Feline Friends Network kitties currently in need of a loving home, including Harriet pictured below, can be found at Feline Friends Network Adoptions


Harriet is a sweet, shy girl who gets along with other cats but would probably do best in a quiet home with no young children and no dogs.

Feline Friends Network Adoptions

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Wine Raffle Deadline Coming Up

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