CTV Edmonton: International Cat Festival Attracts Hundreds

Posted on: May 30, 2015 8:00 pm

Our 2nd Annual Edmonton International Cat Festival was a big success! Check out CTV Edmonton's coverage here or by clicking the image below. At the time of interview, we were at more than $10,000 raised for the Edmonton Humane Society, Little Cats Lost, and SAFE Team Rescue. That number quickly rose to more than $20,000 by mid-afternoon!...

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City of Edmonton Proclaims May 30, 2015: CAT DAY!

Posted on: May 30, 2015 7:30 am

May 30, 2015 was officially proclaimed Cat Day in Edmonton by the City of Edmonton and Mayor Don Iveson! How a-meowzing! Read the full proclamation below: The official City of Edmonton Cat Festival Proclamation (as signed by Mayor Don Iveson) - May 30, 2015. Cat Day Proclamation WHEREAS, 37 purr-cent of Canadian households have cats, making the...

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CBC Edmonton: Pudge the Cat Comes to Edmonton for Cat Festival

Posted on: May 29, 2015 9:22 pm

CBC Edmonton interviewed the Edmonton International Cat Festival and celebrity cat Pudge + owner Kady Lone on CBC Edmonton AM and did a story on Pudge for the evening news too! Read the article and see the photos here, or by clicking the image below! ...

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CTV Edmonton News @ Noon: Edmonton International Cat Festival

Posted on: May 25, 2015 12:58 am

Cat Fest presenter Omar Mouallem and Founder Linda Hoang talked up the 2015 Edmonton International Cat Festival on CTV Edmonton News @ Noon with Marni Kuhlmann! Watch the CTV Edmonton Cat Festival preview here or click the image below! Omar Mouallem and Linda Hoang on CTV Edmonton The Edmonton Humane Society's Rocket Mama and Chairman Meow w...

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Nutrience & Petland: Cat food for Edmonton cat rescues

Posted on: May 14, 2015 12:30 pm

(Guest blog from Nutrience) As a member of the Nutrience team and one of its resident cat ladies, I can say for sure that Nutrience and its exclusive retail partner for the festival, Petland, place great importance on the issue of abandoned cats as well as pet overpopulation within our communities. They also applaud the rescue efforts and various ...

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