2014 Calendars are OFFICIALLY on sale!

Check out this sneak peak at this year’s calendar!  And feel free to place your order for one (or many) in our store!



UPDATE: Stores carrying CCLC Calendars!

Crazy Cat Lady Calendars are now available at:

Wag on the Danforth (1918 Danforth Ave)
Book City on the Danforth (348 Danforth Ave)
Small Wonders Pets (148 Danforth Ave)
Greenwood Park Animal Hospital (1041 Gerrard St. East)

More locations to come!

Email lauren@crazycatladycollective.com for more information!

CCLC Calendars On Sale This SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24th at SP Arts and Crafts Fair!

This Saturday!


88 College St West (College and Elizabeth)

The calendars are fresh off the presses and CCLC members Lauren Ash, Lorena Elke and Lori Nancy Kalamanski will be on hand selling these calendars live and in person!  Stop by, say hi and buy a calendar!

For more info about the SP Arts and Crafts Fair visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/110414312454059/permalink/116492185179605/?notif_t=like



Claire Frances Muir is an actress whose favourite thing to do is hang out at home with her husband and all of their cats on their big sofa.

Q: CCL stereotype that you dislik

e the most?
A: That I “must be unhappy to have more than two cats”.

Q: What are your cat’s names?
A: Hamlet, Olivia Clover, Pepperpot, Buttercup Bunsen, and Elliot

Q: What’s one way that your cats make your life better
A: Wow, narrowing it down to one way that cats make my life better… that’s tough! I don’t know if I can narrow it down, in fact. They make us laugh every day, they are excellent at diffusing stress, they give us unconditional love and they bring absolute joy to our home. I feel very lucky to have each and every one of them in my life. Such a gift!

Q: What was the name of the first cat in your life and how old were you?
A: Two days old and just home from the hospital; that’s when I first met my best friend Bertrum. Growing up, I called him Birdie. He was big and fluffy and slept with me every night throughout my childhood.

Q: What’s the most important lesson that you’ve learned from your cat/s?
A: Purr.


Lori Nancy is a theatre creator, actor, singer, mover, shaker… You can follow her on twitter @LNKalamanski

Q: What are your cat’s names? A: Gizmo & Gidget.

Q: What’s your favourite pastime?
A: a good book with a cuppa tea and kitty cats curled up around me.

Q: Name one way that your cats make your life better?
A: My cats make my life better because they bring a joy that I never knew was possible. They are loving and curious and playful and always seem to know when I need cheering up. They have no problem just being themselves and knowing what they want. I could do to take a leaf out of their book.

Q: If you were a cat what would your name be?
A: If I was a cat, my name might be: ‘The Real Anastasia’

Q: What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned from your cats?
A: The most important lesson my cats have taught me is compassion. Cats only recently graced my life and this new-found love for animals has really made me think about how we treat non-human animals in every aspect of our lives: from beloved companions to frivolous entertainment; from the food on our table and our clothing choices to the cosmetic products we slather on our bodies. My cats have inspired me to ask more questions and to make better choices. I am looking forward to further exploring this dialogue in the upcoming film ‘The Ghosts In Our Machine’ (www.theghostsinourmachine.com), by director Liz Marshall, and featuring the animal rights work of one of our calendar’s photographers, Jo-Anne McArthur (www.joannemcarthur.com)