All the mews that’s fit to print.
February 14, 2021
The Ten Movement assisted My Furry Valentine on its annual campaign to encourage adoption efforts for cats and dogs in the Greater Cincinnati area. My Furry Valentine appeared in more that 50 media stories, including in the Cincinnati Enquirer, CityBeat and every local television station, during the 12-day virtual event where 180 cats were adopted.Read More ▶
January 27, 2021
Community cats are mostly self-reliant, but in the cold of winter, they could use a helping hand. Ten Movement Chair Deborah Cribbs shared the easy-to-make shelter and its importance for community cats with Frank Marzullo on the Fox19 Morning show.Read More ▶
December 7, 2020
Ten Movement Chair Deborah Cribbs joined the Cincinnati Enquirer's Daily Facebook Live Show, "Coffee Break with Kathrine" to kick off National Cat Lover's Month with some tips for how to create your own winter shelter for community cats. Deborah provided cat winter safety tips to Kathrine Nero at Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic. https://www.givethemten.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/facebook-live-interview.mp4Read More ▶
November 3, 2020
Ten Movement Chair Deborah Cribbs joined the Cincinnati Enquirer's Daily Facebook Live Show, "Coffee Break with Kathrine" to kick off National Cat Lover's Month with some tips for how to create your own winter shelter for community cats. Deborah provided cat winter safety tips to Kathrine Nero at Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic.Read More ▶
August 31, 2020
Ten Movement Chair Deborah Cribbs talked to FOX19’s Stefano DiPietrantonio about the launch of Scooter the Neutered Cat’s newest campaign, “Mild Kingdom,” on Fox19 Morning Extra.Read More ▶
This just in: cats!
September 23, 2021
They’re fun, friendly and affectionate. They have names like Rando, Chester and Dash. They don’t have owners, and they don’t need them. They’re members of Scooter’s Safari Squad. Scooter the Neutered Cat is highlighting members of his Safari Squad in each Greater Cincinnati neighborhood and needs your help to find them. Go out in the “wild” of your neighborhood and look for a community cat with the tip of its ear removed. This is known as “ear tipping” and means the cat has been spayed or neutered and is a perfect nominee for Scooter’s Safari Squad. If you find a community cat without a tipped ear, report it at MildKingdom.org so the cat can be vaccinated, spayed/neutered and returned to its neighborhood.Download Full Press Release
August 4, 2020
He’s still the coolest cat in town, and now he’s the safari guide tasked with educating the region on the importance of caring for community cats as part of the Ten Movement’s latest campaign, Mild Kingdom, which launched on Monday.Download Full Press Release