Lime Crime, the cosmetics company which is owned by Doe Deere made an announcement in May 2017 regarding a new promotion that would be ran to help local organizations in Los Angeles which helps bring in cats from the streets which have been abandoned and found on the street. The organization helps to rehabilitate cats and teach them the important things they need to know in order to be successful in homes prior to being adopted.
Lime Crime is a cosmetic company which is completely vegan-free. None of their products are tested on animals. Because of her love for animals, that is why Doe decided to help support local organizations. Kitty Bundles is going to be helped through the sales of Lime Crime cosmetics. There are a number of Kitty Bundles to select from and each one of them contain fun items which customers have shown in the past to love.
The MEOW Kitty Bundle includes the Cheap Thrill and Diamond Crushers.
POUNCE Kitty Bundle includes lipsticks from the Unicorn and Pom Pom selection.
PURR Kitty Bundle will include the Metallic Matte Velvetines which offer Lana and Happi selections.
BITE Kitty Bundle features the Velvetines Fetish and Polly.
All of the colors in the bundles are bright and bold. It allows women to showcase their individuality while choosing makeup that fits their needs and wants. The bundles include everything from eyeshadow to lipsticks. If interested in the bundles, Lime Crime offers the bundles to its customers.
The local nonprofit Kitty Bungalow is like a charm school but for cats. It was founded by Headmistress Simons which discovered a number of cats which were living in the 100 year old home she owned. These cats were unneutered and spayed and continued to have kittens. Before the cats and kittens are released into homes, they are taught the proper things needed to survive in their new homes. Before cats are released into new homes, they must first pass the test to show that they are ready to be adopted. They are taught how to use the litter box as well as how to adjust to being held and loved. All cats must pass this test prior to being adopted.
Headmistress Simons has helped a large number of cats find homes that otherwise would still be living on the street without her help. Once she found that she could help, she decided to open a business to help the cats relocate into homes.