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Donation Transparency Report (Please Do Not The Cat)

please do not the cat

Earlier this year we pledged to donate 100% of profits from the sale of Please Do Not The Cat shirts to no-kill cat shelters, and since that time we’ve raised about $1700!

We took suggestions from the “please do not the cat” group on Facebook about which organizations to benefit with our donations, and compiled those suggestions into a list of 14 shelters. Over the last few weeks, we’ve reached out to these organizations via email and Facebook message to arrange donations and confirm participation. One group declined to participate, and 5 others did not respond to any of our messages. This brings the final donation list down to 8 shelters, among which the funds have been divided equally.



OrganizationDonationConfirmation / Info
Best Friends Animal Society$212.50Receipt from website donation
Fox Foster Kittens$212.50Receipt from PayPal donation
The Cat House On The Kings$212.50Mailed check
The Catcade$212.50Receipt from website donation
Whisker Stop$212.50Receipt from PayPal donation
Blind Cat Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.$212.50Receipt from PayPal donation
ECAH Animals$212.50Mailed check
SCAT Street Cat Rescue$212.50Mailed check


Thank you to everyone who purchased Please Do Not The Cat shirts, and for the suggestions for beneficiaries! Being able to donate $1700 to help cats in need feels pretty good, and the shelters who care for them are very grateful for your support.

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How to Make a Vinyl Record

The Complete Sounds of Windows 95 Vinyl Record

This guide walks you through the process of creating a vinyl record on and ordering one for yourself.

Disclaimer: I am not compensated in any way for records you make; I am not a party to any production contract you engage in with Kunaki by using their services.

  1. Download record assests and unzip the archive into a folder.
    Note: I do not own these files or offer any license for their use (if any is required). Only download if you are permitted to use these files.
  2. Go to Kunaki and create an account using your email and a new password.
  3. Login with your new account.
  4. After logging in, scroll down to the vinyl section and use the yellow-green [upload audio files and artwork] button to begin adding a new record.
    1. Step 1a
      Select “sleeve_front.jpg” from the Artwork folder and click the [>> Upload] button.
    2. Step 1b
      Select “sleeve_back.jpg” from the Artwork folder and click the [>> Upload] button.
    3. Step 1d
      Select “label_side_b.jpg” from the Artwork folder and click the [>> Upload] button.
    4. Step 2a
      Select tracks 01-08 from the Side A folder and click the [>> Upload] button for each track.
    5. Step 2b
      Select tracks 01-07 from the Side B folder and click the [>> Upload] button for each track.
    6. Step 3
      Enter whatever you like for title and label.
  5. Submit the product using the green [Submit product] button.
  6. Wait for Kunaki to finish processing the files. You will get an email from Kunaki when it is done.
  7. Go to your product list page.
  8. In the “Order and ship your products” section, use the [Order and ship your products to a single address] button to open the wholesale order form.
  9. Enter an order quantity for your product, then select shipping parameters at the top of the page and click the [Calculate Shipping] button.
  10. Complete the checkout form and submit.
  11. You’re done! Wait for the record to be produced and shipped, usually within a few days.
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Mask Applied Poster

Mask your wallet

Some local businesses still being overly zealous with their mask rules, without any good reason (beyond fear and virtue-signaling). If they still require masks and are being assholes about it, you can put up this sign nearby. If masks are required, I’ll mask my wallet. Thanks for the money-saving tip, guys!

Download link:

✅ Mask Applied (PDF)

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Since posting my How to Wear a Mask sign, I have received multiple requests from fans for the printable file so that they can hang up their own copies. The files below are PDFs. (Note: the file was designed with 0.17″ page margins, so you may need to adjust your printer settings to get a full print. Alternatively you could scale down the print slightly.)

Please share photos of your signs when your put them up by tagging me @LegbootLegit on social media!