About.

INSPIRED BY CATS.

Let’s work together where everybody wins. I create treats from recipes handed down through my Greek family for generations, you get to share unique sweets with yours, and we all help these beautiful creatures to get the care they need and find families who will welcome them in and cherish them for the rest of their lives.

A few weeks ago I was happily cooking in my kitchen when my pet cat strolled in, curious to see what I was up to (and of course, whether tuna was involved). At that very moment, I heard on the radio about the heart-wrenching rescue of 72 cats from hoarders in Nova Scotia.

It hit me hard. I was taken back to 10 years ago when I still lived in Greece. Walking home I heard the shrill meowing only kittens can make. Following the noise, I found a rubbish bin. I looked inside and discovered an abandoned litter of kittens, someone had dumped them here as though they were trash. These beautiful little creatures are as far from trash as it gets. Without a second thought, I picked them up and took them home. One of them is now a Halifax resident (can you see her in the photo?) she stoically immigrated right along with us when we moved from Greece to Halifax.

After hearing this story I knew I had to do something – I want to help the NS SPCA in my own way. So I am uniting my love of cooking with my passion for helping animals to create boxes full of Greek treats. By purchasing these sweets made with love, you will help make a difference for the rescue cats of the NS SPCAI will be donating all the profits from these treats boxes to help support their work.

My Desserts

Desserts.

BUY AND SUPPORT.

*ALL PROFITS WILL BE DONATED TO THE NOVA SCOTIA SPCA IN SUPPORT OF THE 72 RESCUED CATS & KITTENS

News

News.

NS SPCA ISSUES URGENT PLEA AFTER RESCUE OF 72 CATS & KITTENS.

The organization says medical treatment for the cats could exceed $58,000.

NEWS RELEASE
NOVA SCOTIA SPCA
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The Nova Scotia SPCA is asking for help from the community after rescuing 72 cats and kittens in need of urgent medical care. The majority of the cats came from two animal hoarding situations in Pictou County and Cape Breton. The large number of sick and injured cats has overwhelmed SPCA Animal Shelters throughout the province.

Due to the conditions the cats were living in, many suffer from painful eye damage, severe infections and deadly diseases. Medical treatment for the cats could exceed $58,000. The no-kill organization is inviting animal-lovers who want to help to make a donation at www.novascotiaspca.ca/helpnow or by texting “SPCA” to 4-10-10 to donate $20.

“Animal hoarding is a complex issue,” said Sandra Flemming, Provincial Director of Animal Care at the Nova Scotia SPCA. “It can start with innocent intentions but as the number of pets multiplies they may not be given adequate care. Many caregivers are embarrassed to ask for support or unaware of what resources exist to help them.”

The Pictou County SPCA Animal Shelter does not have an isolation room large enough to treat and protect the cats in the shelter from potential infections. Due to limited space and existing hurt and homeless pets, the rescued cats were transferred to other SPCA Animal Shelters to be closely monitored.

The cats require intense rehabilitation and are not entertaining adoption interest or visitors. Once cleared medically, the cats will be posted on the SPCA adoption website. If you or someone you know is struggling with animal hoarding, contact the Nova Scotia SPCA at 1-888-703-7722.
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(source: halifaxtoday.ca)

Baking

Baking.

WHY I BAKE.

On this site, you’ll find authentic homemade Greek desserts to buy and help our purrfect friends. I’m a big fan of food, real food, and am passionate about celebrating life and helping cats, one crumb at a time.

I bake because it’s part of who I am and because I’m never so at home as when I’m in my tiny kitchen, covered with flour, with my hands sunk deep in dough. Baking is a productive form of self-expression and communication, a form of mindfulness. When I offer my baked goods to you, at that very moment, I know our purrfect friends will receive the comfort there were always wanted to have!

Cats

Cats.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

If you’ve encountered a cat outdoors, you’ve probably wondered whom the cat belonged to or if they even had an owner. Outdoor cats are sometimes owned cats whose owner lets them out. Often, however, they are community cats—ferals or strays. You can help these cats in different ways.

Get involved with or help to support organizations such as Nova Scotia SPCA that help community cats.

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Become a community cat caretaker.

 

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Educate your neighbors and community about outdoor cats.

GET IN TOUCH

Contact.

LET’S TALK.

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