Fundraiser for Kettlebell, R.C.R. kitten

Flux members know the local non-profit Regina Cat Rescue because every late cancel fee goes into a can with a cute kitty on the side.

But do you know what your fees do specifically? You are helping R.C.R buy cat food, kitten formula, run a spaying program, build shelters and feeding stations for the large population of feral and abandoned cats in Regina.

In a perfect world, we wouldn't need programs like Regina Cat Rescue. In the meantime, we are lucky to have amazing people like Flux member, Sandra Klarer, rescuing kittens on the Flux doorstep.

This past Sunday, a very young cat was abandoned at our backdoor. Luckily we were here to get him inside and call Sandra to help us out.

Little Kettlebell is now being cared for by a foster family with another R.C.R. rescue, Evie, who is nursing her own two kittens.

To help Regina Cat Rescue care for him (and all their other fur babies), we are running a special fundraiser this week.

Prairie Paleo Meals is generously providing a $100 prize!

Donate $5 for a chance to win a prize package consisting of frozen entrees, treats, sauce and broth.

You can enter as many times as you want, $5 each time. Shara will do the draw after 15.5 Flux Intramural on Sunday afternoon. You do not have to be present to claim your prize.

All proceeds go to Regina Cat Rescue.

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Did you know that Flux has a volunteer program with Regina Cat Rescue? Every year, Flux sets aside four x 6 month memberships in exchange for volunteer hours with Regina Cat Rescue. If you are in a low income bracket, you love animals and you want to train at Flux, this program is for you. We subsidize your gym fees in exchange for volunteer hours with Regina Cat Rescue.

R.C.R. is always looking for volunteers, whether it is to work a bingo or a Riders game or to feed the cats, there is a job for everyone.