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Many of our Pawsome Players choose to play their favourite games online, but you could livestream almost anything! How about a cook-a-long of a batch of your famous cat-shaped cookies, showing off your art skills by creating pet portraits, or sharing an online gig from your living room?

Check out some hints, tips and tricks for maximizing your streams fundraising potential.

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Where do I fundraise?


Tiltify is a great way to enhance your stream. There’re loads of great features like being able to add incentives.

Here’s some videos on how to get started:

Don’t want to use Tiltify?

JustGiving is another great option.

With both of the platforms, you can set up your fundraiser for Cats Protection or one of our Pawsome Player events and any funds raised will come directly to us. Super simple and convenient.

Got a question?

Do you have any questions? Want to take part as a stream team? A really good idea and you want to know if we can support it?

Check out our frequently asked questions:

Pawsome Players FAQs

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Play it safe

Too much screen time isn’t great for anyone – Pawsome Player or not! We’ve got some guidelines and tips below to make sure you look after yourself while helping cats.

  • Take regular breaks – make sure you get up, stretch, and walk around for at least a few minutes every hour
  • Limit your streaming length – only stream for a few hours if you’re going solo, or share a 24-hour stream with others
  • Keep hydrated – make sure you have plenty of water and healthy snacks
  • Look after your eyes – give your eyes a break away from the screen, at least for a few minutes every hour
  • If you’re not feeling well, stop the stream – even if you’ve committed to more hours, stop the stream and look after yourself

You should also be mindful that you don’t feel compelled to keep playing over other activities, or at detriment to yourself. The World Health Organisation has recently recognised gaming disorder as a medical issue. Although not common, this is something to be mindful of. If you are concerned you can find more information and support online.

If you’ve chosen a violent game, one that with an age rating you also need to make sure you mark your stream age appropriately on your streaming platform of choice. 

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