Enter the 2024 Cat Festival Contests!

We want to feature your cat photos, videos, and artwork at the May 25, 2024 event. 

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ENTER THE 2024 CAT FESTIVAL CONTESTS

For this year’s Edmonton International Cat Festival, we are looking to engage the cat community in our 2024 festival contests! Enter your cat photos and artwork for a chance to be featured at the event on Caturday, May 25, 2024! All purrticipants will get a chance to win some ameowzing PRIZES donated by our many festival vendors + sponsors!
Art Contest

Calling all K-12 students in the Edmonton area! Submit your visual or written CAT ART creation through your class / school. Enter by May 6, 2024!

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Photo Contest

Does your cat have what it takes to be crowned Edmonton’s Most Purr-fect Cat? Submit photos in four CAT-egories. Enter by May 13, 2024!

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CONTESTS

Does your cat have what it takes to be crowned Edmonton’s Most Purr-fect Cat? Enter by May 13, 2024!

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CONTESTS

Calling all K-12 students in the Edmonton area! Submit your visual or written CAT ART creation. Enter by May 6, 2024!

See full contest details

Cat Fest donates 100% proceeds to cat rescues!

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GET INVOLVED

We couldn’t celebrate cats, cat culture and cat people, while raising money for cat rescues, without support from sponsors!

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Land Acknowledgement

The Edmonton International Cat Festival is run by a board of volunteers who live on Treaty 6 Territory and within the Michif / Métis homelands and Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4. As cat-loving settlers who live, work, and play on these lands, it’s important for us to acknowledge this land as the traditional territories of many First Nations such as the Nehiyaw, Dene, Nakota Sioux, Anishinabae and Niitsitapi. We encourage you to visit Native-Land.ca and learn more about the traditional lands you live on.

Diversity Statement

As a festival founded by an Asian woman and run by volunteers of different backgrounds, abilities, sexualities, and identities, we know that society is better with more diversity and inclusion. We do not tolerate or condone hate speech of any kind and want to ensure that the Edmonton International Cat Festival is a safe and inclusive event for all.