Operation Happy Sock
Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Happy Sock creates and delivers catnip toys to homeless cats in animal shelters
and foster homes. Volunteers of all ages make simple toys, called
"Happy Socks," by stuffing catnip and polyester fiberfill in the toe
of a sock and tying a knot at the ankle. Simple, but a GREAT catnip toy!
Happy Sock catnip toys are more
than mere playthings, however. For stressed-out cats stuck in strange
surroundings, a whiff of catnip can be very therapeutic, and a big, fluffy
Happy Sock is the feline equivalent of a cuddly teddy bear.
Ready to start Operation Happy Sock with your Girl Scout Troop? Then
please contact Martha Powers at email@example.com
and ask for your FREE "Operation Happy Sock Info Kit” by email. You’ll receive
a Word document that includes ready-to-use signs for collecting sock donations
(featuring "Hugger” the Happy Sock mascot), suggestions for finding affordable
supplies locally, and step-by-step instructions for each phase of the project.
You can also read all the Info Kit at our blog: ohappysock.blogspot.com/
Operation Happy Sock™ is a
nonprofit project with no official affiliation to any other animal charity or
organization. We always welcome sock donations and volunteer help.
No one affiliated with Operation Happy Sock is paid for their work, and
materials (catnip and polyfill) are paid for by individual project
leaders.Catnip and polyfill for producing 100 or more Happy Socks cost