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Wordless Wednesday – My Athena

Easy Way to Raise Money For a Great Cause

Here’s a new easy way to raise money for Greek Cat Welfare Society that does not involve parting with extra cash.

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Everyclick has already raised over £3,054,393.94 for a wide range of charities around the UK, and Everyclick was voted website of the Year 2008 and has been recognised as a top 100 media tech company 2009.

Discover the new way to give to Greek Cat Welfare Society. Give as you Live.

Time to meet the cats…

… that are featured in my new blog header image.

The three precious little souls covered in fur are:

The tabby with the expressive eyes is my beautiful Athena. I rescued her from Wood Green Animal Shelters in July 2011 when she was just over 2 months old. She has changed my life in so many ways.

The beautiful black and white cat in the background is unfortunately no longer with me.  Suzy passed away in 1998 at the age of 13. I believe she is still with me though. She is like a spiritual guide.

And I wanted a picture of another cat so I chose the tabby and white beauty belonging to my brother. Her name is Molly. She was the first cat I practiced my healing on and she loved it. She was having trouble urinating but after a couple of healing sessions she was better and soon back to normal.

The hand on the left is mine of course and the paws belong to Athena.

You can read about these precious cats in my memoir THE CAT YEARS: HOW MY CAT SOULMATES SAVED ME

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