‘Twas the night before Kit-mas raffle

Thank you for all your lovely comments about the sale of all my quilts. I am busy working on more quilts for the shop, but in the meantime, there still a chance to get your hands on one of my creations.

Natalie at Bee Meadow Farm has launched the raffle for “Twas the Night Before Kit-mas”!!!

For those who don’t have/use Facebook, here’s the details:

This Christmas Cat quilt is 52″ square (lap size) and:
😻 100% cotton prints on top.
😻 100% cotton flannel on the back.
😻 Batting is 80/20 Cotton/Polyester.
😻 Quilt is machine washable and dryable.
I am paying for shipping to anywhere in Canada OR the U.S., so this is open to our Canadian AND American friends!
DRAW will be held Sunday, November 29!
Tickets are 1 for $2, or 3 for $5, or 8 for $10 or 18 for $20, and anything over $20 is $1 per ticket.
When you pay for your tickets, Natalie will send you your ticket numbers (tickets are virtual – She will record your numbers with your name on an Excel spreadsheet.) On the day of the raffle, the winning ticket number will be chosen by a random number generator, and the winner will be notified by email or PM the day of the draw.
😻E-transfers can be sent to: info@beemeadowfarm.com
😻If you are buying tickets from the U.S., please contact Natalie for Paypal info!
Please make sure you include your email address in a message with the EFT – sometimes the e-transfers come from a bank email address that she can’t reply to.
All proceeds to the foster felines of Bee Meadow Farm!

Earlier this year, our first quilt raffled raised almost $3,000 for the foster kitties, and it would be a wonderful Christmas present if we could do that again.

COVID shut down the farm’s biggest fundraiser (the annual open house) and like everywhere else, has made it more difficult to make up the shortfall.

Natalie has a few special needs fosters that have run up a pretty big vet bill:

Like Harley and Mama. Mama is almost 12, and her son Harley is almost 11. Harley has a tumour (adenocarcinoma) in his ear that is unfortunately terminal (although slow-growing) and Mama has high blood pressure ( treated with a small daily pill .)

It take a special kind of person to take in special needs cats, so I love to support Natalie and her farm anyway I can.

And if you’re looking for other ways to help them out, they also have an Amazon wishlist!

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