Party With Kitties

Dog person? Go to the Kentuckiana Cluster of Dog Shows. Cat person? Head to these felinetastic events. 

Long Time Resident Pop-up Shelter Hours (March 15)
Animal Protection Association
702 E. 11th St., Jeffersonville
Search Facebook  |  Noon-4 p.m.

Just like any shelter, the Animal Protection Association cat and kitten sanctuary has its residents who have been there longer than most. There’s Noel, the shy “vampire kitty” (her teeth poke out from her mouth). And Audrey, a lovable 4-year-old who happens to be FIV+. They haven’t found their furrever home yet, but there’s a future owner out there who will love them how they deserve. This is your chance to see if you’re that person. Or, if you just want to come to show them a little extra attention, that’s OK, too.

St. Catty’s Day (March 17)
Lucky Cat Cafe & Lounge  |  2230 Dundee Road  |  luckycatcafe.org
$20 adults, $10 kids (7-12)   |  5-8 p.m.

Cats have no connection to St. Patrick’s Day, but we’ll allow St. Catty’s Day for the sake of cuteness. This celebration — shall we call it a new holiday? — includes snacks, drinks, trivia, “cattoos,” nail painting, a scavenger hunt and a silent auction. Oh, and cats. Lots and lots of adoptable cats.

 

March 15, 17, 2020

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