Meet Our Crohn’s & Colitis Cats wins Silver and People’s Choice Award!
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I went to the Charity Film Awards ceremony in The Odeon in Leicester Square, where my work was nominated to win an award! It was such an incredible experience and I couldn’t have asked to share it with better creators, the competition was so tough: I feel very sorry for the judges!

Meet Our Crohn’s and Colitis Cats was created in collaboration with charity C&CUK and animated by Brighton animation studio, Buff Motion. Since the children’s book and video were released in March 2020, they have helped thousands of children with the disease (and their parents) understand their diagnosis through a non-frightening story book. It gives them the tools to express how they’re feeling on the inside and ensures young people know that they’re never alone in their diagnosis.

We won silver in our category and received the People’s Choice Award. Many thanks to all the people who made it all happen, making the book is still my proudest moment and it warms my heart to hear that it’s still helping children deal with their diagnosis now, 2 years after it was initially released.
I feel so lucky and incredibly grateful for being given the opportunity to help children live with their new normal.

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TS Wolfe
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I'm a freelance, commercial illustrator. After graduating from Falmouth I set up my illustration studio on the Gower in South Wales. ​ I enjoy working as an illustrator on edit… Show more.

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Charity Film Awards - People's Choice Award
Crohn's & Colitis UK
"It was an absolute pleasure working with Thomas Wolfe to create our first ever children's story Meet our Crohn's and Colitis Cats. Tom brought so much fun to a health condition that is widely misunderstood and stigmatised. He worked creatively to ensure complicated and sometimes scary medical information was presented in an engaging way for children - while at the same time still being open and honest about difficult symptoms and feelings."
— Jessica Vasiliou, Knowledge and Evidence Editor - Crohn's & Colitis UK