Sponsors 2022 CWA Human-Animal Bond Award


CWAHumanAnimalBondArt will once again sponsor the CWA Human-Animal Bond Award. This award is presented for the entry that best reflects and promotes the strengthening of the human-animal bond, highlighting the bond between a cat and owner, as well as their relationship with their veterinarian as another direct caregiver.

“We are thrilled to once again sponsor this award, especially as the pandemic has proven how important the human-animal bond is to our lives. Watch for more details coming soon,” said Lea-Ann Germinder, Editor and Publisher. 

Entries will be judged for exceptional quality and on the ability to convey this concept and connect with the reader. Qualified entries include single articles (print or online), features, columns, short stories, books, and poetry. Recipients receive a $500 cash award, a commemorative certificate and are featured on  The deadline, award and award presentation details will be be announced soon.

About the Cat Writers Association and

The Cat Writers’ Association is a global cat-centric professional organization dedicated to excellence in written, visual and audio media. The association was the first media partner of when the site was launched in 2000.

On Saturday, November 21, 1992, four “cat journalists” met at the Cat Fanciers Association Invitational Cat Show in Fort Worth, Texas. They included Cat Fancy magazine editor Debbie Phillips-Donaldson and circulations specialist Suzanne Stowe; Cat Fanciers Association public relations expert Michael Brim; and freelance pet writer Amy Shojai. All wanted to help get “good information” about cats out to the general public, and support writers dedicated to that effort. The Cat Writers’ Association, Inc. (CWA) was born that day and while writing remains the cornerstone of our organization, over the years we have evolved to embrace and embody so much more.

Read more articles below including the winner of the 2019 (and 2020) CWA Human-Animal Bond Award and what it takes to write a book, from our archive.

Katherine Kern Wins Goodnewsforpets Human-Animal Bond Award

Cat Writers’ Association Members Tell What It Takes To Write A Winning Cat Book



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