The upcoming 2015 Canadian federal election just got extra adorable with these recently rescued kittens named after the leaders of the top Canadian political parties.
The 'Politicats' were recently found on the streets of Regina, Saskatchewan and were brought to the Regina Cat Rescue to be cared for by volunteers. Made up of three males and one female, the kittens were subsequently named Stephen, Justin, Thomas and Elizabeth after the four main party leaders competing to become the next Prime Minister of Canada. Each of the rescued kittens also has their very own collar that is color coded to represent the color of each different political party they represent.
The kittens are currently looking for a new home, but before that happens they'll be on the campaign trail helping to raise funds towards their spaying and neutering surgeries.
These Rescued Kittens are Named After Canadian Political Party Leaders
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3. Charitable Donations Through Pet Adoption - Companies or individuals can offer donations to animal rescues for every pet adopted in connection with a marketing campaign.
1. Political Campaign Strategy - Political campaigns may benefit from creating unique merchandise inspired by popular culture to increase engagement and raise funds.
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3. Animal Rescue Organizations - Animal rescue organizations may consider partnering with businesses or political campaigns for increased exposure and fundraising opportunities.