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Cocktails raise £372.17 for black cats!

Last month was National Black Cat Month and three local bars sold Black Cat Cocktails to help raise awareness and funds for black cats at Bluebell Ridge, raising a total of £372.17.

The Black Cat Pub & Grill in St Leonards, The Clown in Hastings town centre and The Stag in Hastings old town all gave very kind donations for each Black Cat cocktail sale and customers were keen to try the drink, which contained cherry brandy, coke, cranberry juice and vodka. The Clown also held a Rock ‘n’ Roll Bingo evening to launch the cocktail at the beginning of the month. 

Nikki Hawes, Income Generation and Marketing Officer for Bluebell Ridge said: “We would like to say a big thank you to The Black Cat Pub & Grill, The Clown and The Stag for kindly supporting our work. Also, thank you to everyone who purchased a cocktail – your donation will help us to continue caring for black cats in need.  During October, seven black cats in our care were adopted, which is an amazing amount and we believe that the Black Cat Cocktail campaign helped to highlight the issue of black cats being overlooked in rescue centres because of their colour.”


Published on Sunday 12th November 2017

 

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(RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121
(11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999