The Cat Scouts’ High Council announced today that the recipient of this month’s Cat Scout of the Month Award is Shoko, a member of the Canadian Cat Scouts.
In bestowing this honor, Cat Scouts cited Shoko’s embodiment of Cat Scout ideals, and her involvement in the Cat Scouting community.
In the month of September, Shoko chocked up a whopping 8 Merit Badges in Basketry, Athletics, Bird Study, Computer Technology, Dentistry, The Bitey, Tent Camping and Tree Climbing. In addition, she provided support and encouragement to other scouts as they worked to attain their merit badges.
Shoko was also Cat Scout of the Week recently, showing just how hard she works to achieve excellence in Cat Scouting. She is a credit to Canadian Cats everywhere.
Shoko wins 50 Karma points, and will be featured in an illustration in the upcoming Cat Scout Handbook.
Cat Scouts was formed for cats to have fun and enjoy the camaraderie of dozens of other Cat Scouts around the world. A country is only as strong as the cats who run it, and we depend upon the purrsonal integrity of Cat Scouts to make this country strong. Membership is free and open to any cat at catscouts.com. (Girlcats can become Cat Scouts, but they are required to sell treats on a card table in front of the supermarket to raise money to fund Cat Scout activities.)