IT’S TIME! Now through December 9, 2022, DCIN is accepting orders for the 2023 8.5″ by 11″ full-color twelve-month DCIN Extra-Sweet Kitties wall calendar! (HARD DEADLINE). The prices listed below include mailing costs.
1) Choose the yellow “Send” button (after you log in). 2) Enter firstname.lastname@example.org in the field that asks for name, email or mobile number. Click “next.” 3) Type in the total amount for the number of calendars you’re ordering. (See below for prices.) 4) Use the “what’s this payment for?” box below the payment field to give us the number of calendars ordered, the mailing address, and your email address. Click “continue.” 5) Choose if you are going to pay with your linked account or with a credit card – Please choose to pay the fees associated with a credit card so DCIN does not have to pay them. 6) Click “Send payment now.” 7) Send us an additional email to email@example.com with your mailing address and email address – PayPal is NOT always including the Note field with your payment! THIS IS A CRITICAL STEP SO WE CAN MAIL YOUR CALENDAR!!
If you do not use PayPal, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your intent to pay by check and include the number of calendars you’re ordering and your/your recipient’s mailing address. Then send your full payment to
Diabetic Cats in Need P.O. Box 21 Minot, ME 04258-0021
Pricing (includes postage):
US mailings — $33 per calendar Canadian mailings — $38 per calendar – please pay in US$! Other international mailings — $43 per calendar – please pay in US$!
The higher costs for Canada and other international locations are because of the higher mailing costs to those places. The general cost increase is to cover the new PayPal fees that they are charging even charities plus the increase in postage costs.
DCIN is accepting orders for the 2023 calendar through December 9, 2022 (HARD DEADLINE). We will make every effort to mail these so you’ll receive them in time for Christmas, but we can’t make any promises, as we must rely on the printing company to get them to us for distribution and the USPS remains exceptionally slow.
Thank you all so much for supporting DCIN’s 2023 Extra-Sweet Kitties Calendar!
If you have questions, please contact Amy@diabeticcats.org
It’s finally that time of year again: Time to enter and VOTE in the DCIN Extra-Sweet Kitties Calendar Contest! The contest will be open through 9PM Eastern on Sunday, 10/30. The costs to enter, vote, and reserve a calendar date remain the same as in previous years: $5 to enter, $1 to vote (5-vote purchase minimum), and $10 to reserve a date.
To read the rules, enter, and vote, please CLICK HERE. Remember, every dollar you add to the contest is a dollar that supports extra-sweet kitties, so enter all your diabetic babies and then VOTE often and share with all your friends!
The DCIN Board of Directors would like to announce a transition in our leadership team. Jenna Watts, who has served with deep commitment as Executive Director since leading the DCIN relaunch in January 2015, will be succeeded in the ED role by Amy Sikes, who has also served on the core leadership team since the DCIN relaunch in January 2015. Dr. Sikes is joined by Jillian Rosile as Deputy Director and T Hamboyan Harrison as Director of Case Management; Sue Luhrs will remain as our Finance Director, and Lisa Sorini will remain as our Director of Diabetic Cat Rehoming.
Amy began her volunteer work with DCIN in 2015 as our Supplies Manager, adding the roles of Ground Transport Coordinator and Development Director in subsequent months. As DCIN’s needs changed and grew, she also added Acting Social Media Director and Deputy Director to her roles. Dr. Sikes holds a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management.
Jillian joined DCIN in 2016 as a Case Manager and was quickly promoted to Director of Case Management due to extensive experience with feline diabetes care. Jillian’s professional experience in organizational and people management will support DCIN’s operational needs.
T joined DCIN in 2020 as a Case Manager. They have a deep knowledge of feline medical care from their years of volunteer work overseeing feline medical at a rescue and managing complicated medical needs of their own cats at home. T is also a cat behavior consultant at A Cat’s Purrspective, LLC, with certifications through IAABC (Associate Certified Shelter Behavior – Cat) and Fear Free Pets (animal trainer certification).
The whole DCIN Team thanks Jenna for her 7.5 years of dedicated service as our ED, leading DCIN through a challenging transition period when the organization was in danger of shuttering altogether, revamping our assistance programs, and growing the number of cats helped each year from dozens to hundreds. While Jenna’s intense schedule of saving human lives and training the next generation of human life-savers makes it too challenging for her to remain in the role of ED, she will continue in a role as Board member, along with Amy, Jillian, T, Sue, and Lisa.
Thank you for your continued support of extra-sweet kitties!