CAT’S MEOW: NATIONAL CAT PROTECTION SOCIETY HOSTS OPEN HOUSE/FUNDRAISER JUNE 5

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June 2, 2011 (Spring Valley) – The National Cat Protection Society invites you to its 43rd anniversary party. Tour includes kitten center, adult cat areas and retirement homes—enriched with a wall-to-wall overhead walkway, ramps, lifeguard tower,  island, volcano, pressure-controlled heating pads, scratching posts, and “Retirement Bay."

 

 

Founded 43 years ago with a mission to shelter homeless cats, the facility operates solely on donations. Admission is free to this event, which promises to be the cat’s meow. Event includes silent auction, door prizes and refreshments.

 

The event will be held from 1-4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 5th at National Cat Protection Society, 9031 Birch Street in Spring Valley, CA 91977. 

 

RSVPs are requested by May 23.  For more information, or to RSVP, call 619-469-8771 or visit www.natcat.org.
 

Success of this facility has led to founding of an additional National Cat Protection shelter in Newport Beach.

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You are doing amazing work.

You are doing amazing work. Love it. I saw this once when I visited my cousin, The cats were sectioned off by age group and allowed to run around, socialize and play in a large area. Plenty of food, water and toys were out. A couple cats were in the lobby getting some extra TLC. I even saw one absolutely loving a heating pad.

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