Monday, October 2, 2017

"Purr For A Cure" with Honeycat Cosmetics #Breastcancerawarenessmonth

Disclosure: We were not compensated for this post either monetarily or with product. Because of the importance of breast cancer research we would never accept compensation for this type of a post. Honeycat Cosmetics is donating 20% of their "Purr for the Cure" product sales to support breast cancer research.






 October is: "Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), also referred to in America as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), It is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer."

I am willing to venture that virtually every one of you reading this post have dealt with this awful disease, either directly or indirectly. I have family members who are breast cancer survivors and sadly I know others, (such as my mother-in-law whom I adored),  who have succumbed to this evil disease.

I am already a huge fan of Honeycat Cosmetics and recently featured them on our blog.  Sadly, our dear friend Theresa from Honeycat Cosmetics has also witnessed this ugly disease:


From Honeycat: Before starting Honeycat Cosmetics I was very active in Women's Health Care. Unfortunately, too many times I have witnessed first hand the ravages of this disease. Young women, old women and everything in between. I personally had to surrender a cousin and a close childhood friend to breast cancer, but where there is life, there is also hope. It's always too soon to give up. These are some of the reasons that Honeycat considers it an honor and duty to donate 20% of sales of our " Purr For The Cure " items in support of breast cancer research.  Like Daenerys Targaryen we must slay and subdue this dragon that is, breast cancer.

ITEMS AVAILABLE ARE:


PURR-FOR-A-CURE GIFT SET



BREAST CANCER AWARENESS T-SHIRT
Look at these cute bra bath bombs!!

For more information, visit Honeycat Cosmetics and check out their menu on their sidebar!


Let's all help Honeycat Cosmetics "kick the hiss out of breast cancer" !!!





31 comments:

  1. It is so cool that they are donating to breast cancer research. It is such a prominent disease, and I hope that they will continue to find better treatments and even a cure someday.

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  2. That is so cool that the Honeycat human is doing this. A really good friend of my human's died from breast cancer in 2005.

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    1. I am so deeply sorry about the loss of your human's friend (((hugs)))

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  3. What a wonderful way to help raise awareness and money. I had a scare recently and I'm forever grateful that mine was just that...a scare.

    Have a purrfect day, Cody. My best to your wonderful mom. ♥♥♥

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    1. I am so happy it was just a "scare" too.........!! xoxoxo

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  4. Yes, let's hope the cure is in the near futute...and your blog is enormously helpful in so, so many ways. Love from Loulou

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  5. Never heard of HoneyCat Cosmetics before. I'll have to check out the site. Thanks for sharing. Great cause to support too.

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    1. We linked to our review above (smile)......we reviewed them a month or so ago.

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  6. I'm so sorry to hear about your mother-in-law. It's a really ugly disease. This is great way to raise awareness. The bath bombs are very cute :-)

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    1. Thanks so much!!! It truly is an ugly disease. I agree about the bath bombs, they are hilarious too!

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  7. Terri is a pawesome person!! We love that she supports this important cause. Mommy lost her grandma to breast cancer - it's a terrible disease.

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    1. Yes she most definitely is and we are so sorry for your loss.

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  8. My mother-in-law also succumbed to it before I even got to meet her. My sister also went through a masectomy and treatments 2 years ago. It affects so many. These products all look wonderful.

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  9. I am so deeply sorry ((((hugs))))) Their products are fabulous, I reviewed them a month or 2 ago.

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  10. My sister lost her best high school friend to breast cancer when they were only in their late 20's. I think there has been much progress since then, thanks to so many like this company helping, my aunt is blessedly a survivor.
    The products are so cute and I think would make great Christmas gifts for the girls!

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  11. Anything to help fight the battle is a good thing!

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  12. Such a great way to help promote awareness :)

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  13. My best friend is 2/3rds of the way through her breast cancer treatment, and my sister is 10 years cancer-free! What a great promotion for Honeycat Cosmetics!

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  14. We love Honeycat and it's so pawsome of you to spread the word about their Purr for the Cure line!

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  15. What a wonderful thing to bring more awareness!

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  16. What a great thing to donate to breast cancer research. We can never do enough, two of my paternal aunts died from breast cancer. I loved your review of Honeycat cosmetics.

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  17. What a cute way to support such an important cause ! Purrs

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  18. What a wonderful way to help :) Granny lost almost all her family to cancer and her girl furriends too. Healing Pawkisses for everyone that is fighting this disease and some Good Luck Pawkisses too <3 <3 <3

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  19. What a great way to bring awareness!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  20. OMC they has some really cute stuffs and fur such a great cause!!!

    xoxo,
    Matilda (& Matt)

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  21. What a wonderful way to help! I'm lucky that none of my blood relatives have had to fight this battle - but I've heard so many stories from others. My favorite part is "Purr for the Cure!!!"

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  22. thank you for your kind comments about my sissy and BIL...mom and dad were total basket cases yesterday. We'll be glad when their feets touch NC soil again.
    What a wonderful way to support such a great cause
    Hugs Madi and mom

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  23. Yes, this is a scourge and it is evil.

    Petcretary is also a (11 year) cancer survivor of another cancer type. One with an insidious hard to find before it is too far gone...ovarian cancer. It can lurk undetected so long, that is why its so hard to catch and treat in time. And the survival rate while better than it was is still rather dismal. All women should be educated in this disease...its causes, risk factors, etc. And to know themselves well enough to inquire about strange symptoms. That is how petcretary found out,her body was signalling something was amok.

    Petcretary was stage 3b with a guarded prognoses, but God healed her. Praise the Lord.

    Let us hope and pray that one day all kinds of cancer may be not only cured but prevented. Cancer treatment is no picnic:(

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    1. (((hugs))) and much love to you for sharing your story. I am praying that the Evil "C" never, ever comes back to you! xoxo

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  24. Purr For The Cure is such a great idea. And the items are so cute, too!

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