Pro Choice Cats
Pro-choice cat swag for a pro-choice cause. Profits pay for a pro-choice e-billboard in Columbus, OH. Because cats don't give a shit what you do with your body.
Because cats don't Care what you do with your body.
Profits will pay for a pro-choice e-billboard near the Ohio Statehouse.
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS CUSTOMERS, PRO CHOICE CATS WAS ABLE TO PAY FOR NEW PRO-CHOICE E-BILLBOARDS ON THE CORNER OF 3RD STREET AND SPRING STREET IN DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS FROM OCT 11 - NOV 6, 2016.
THIS YEAR'S THEME IS PUSSIES AGAINST TRUMP.
comments & COMPLAINTs FORM
IN ORDER TO GET THE BILLBOARD COMPANY TO ALLOW US TO POST OUR ANTI-TRUMP/PRO-PUSSY BILLBOARDS, WE HAD TO PROVIDE A COMMENT FORM FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE ANNOYED BY OUR BILLBOARDS.
WE PROMISE TO READ EVERY PIECE OF HATE MAIL YOU SEND! GO AHEAD... DO IT.
On Oct. 11, anti-Trump messaging appeared on an e-billboard at the corner of Third and Spring streets Downtown. Paid for by prochoicecats.com, a cat-themed business supporting abortion rights, the billboard features a cat version of the presidential candidate and encourages viewers to “Dump the Trump into your litter box.” “We just want to shame this man and bring attention to the fact that he’s not good for women,” Patton said.
Amanda Patton, owner of prochoicecats.com, saw an opportunity to poke a little fun at Trump and send a message at the same time. That message can now be seen on billboards in downtown Columbus. “We all saw the video of Trump bragging about how he ‘grabs’ women ‘by the pussy’ and it became crystal clear that Trump’s disdain for women’s rights, bodily autonomy and pussies intersect in a horrifyingly organic way,” she says. A cat lover and enthusiastic champion of reproductive rights, Patton brought her two passions together to form Pro Choice Cats. The group advocates for reproductive rights and access in Central Ohio, and last year raised funds to purchase billboards downtown promoting pro-choice messages.
In September, we spoke with Amanda Patton, a spunky, bright 28-year old reproductive health activist and founder of ProChoiceCats.com, about her 2015 efforts to raise money to put pro-choice billboards near the state house in Columbus. Just a few days ago, Amanda’s billboards went back up, this time targeting the dangerous Trump campaign.
COLUMBUS (WSYX/WTTE) — The presidential election has gotten catty on one downtown Columbus street corner. The pro-choice group Prochoicecats.com has paid for four electronic billboards to be on display through Halloween that targets Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's controversial comments about women and his anti-abortion views.
A cat-themed, pro-choice advocacy group, ProChoiceCats.com, has funded billboards installed on Spring Street near the Ohio State House that carry a very timely message — in-line with the recent talking points of both Presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump.
When it comes to Donald Trump, the cat definitely didn't get the tongue of ProChoiceCats.com. The group, which supports abortion rights — "because cats don't care what you do with your body" — posted some attention-grabbing messages on an electronic billboard at 3rd and Spring streets Downtown.
Taking aim at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's controversial 2005 remarks on women, Ohio pro-choice activists launched billboard campaign this week with a theme they've dubbed "Pussies against Trump."
Cats and reproductive rights are Amanda Patton’s two primary passions, and, using the internet’s obsession with funny felines, she was able to combine the two and start a locally minded online social movement.
In Ohio, where the anti-abortion landscape is increasingly hostile, activist Amanda Patton has launched a fierce ad campaign to troll GOP legislators—and funds it by selling adorbz kitteh T-shirts.
More recently, Patton shifted the focus of a personal project to create and sell T-shirts featuring her exceptionally fluffy and photogenic cat, Boo Radley, to raise funds for pro-choice organizations. She opted instead to use the money for digital billboard space for Founder’s. “For any woman who would need these services, I wanted to send a message that we’re here, and that it’s OK to make this decision."