Fall Feline Festival at Local Shelter
Local animal shelter, Look What the Cat Brought In (LWTCBI), is celebrating fall with a grand cat adoption event on Sunday, October 18, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. The shelter will have approximately 30 cats and kittens hoping to find forever homes. Every available cat has been tested for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus. All cats are vaccinated and spayed or neutered. Adopters are asked to bring a kennel for safe transport and a check or cash for the adoption fee.
Aside from the festival's cat stars, the event will include face-painters and a free cat toy with each adoption. Visitors will be able to tour the Kitty Love Cafe and Gallery which features feline artwork from local artists. During the event, animal behaviorist Megan Phillips of Train with Trust Behavior Consultants will be presenting The Natural Behavior & History of House Cats. Information about other local animal resources will also be available.
LWTCBI, founded in 2008 as the first shelter in Colorado Springs serving cats exclusively, cares for cats that require longer shelter stays than a traditional shelter can provide, securing adoption when each cat is healthy and emotionally ready.
Look What the Cat Brought In is located at 2129 E. Boulder Street, approximately .4 miles east of the Olympic Training Center. For additional information, contact the shelter at (719) 331-6852 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the website at lookwhatthecatbroughtin.org.