Waterloo Alley Cat Project Celebrates 10 Years at Its Annual Benefit

Sat 3/9 @ 7PM

For the past ten years, the Waterloo Alley Cat Project has been tending to the felines who live outdoors in its little piece of North Collinwood, however they got there.

It feeds and provides shelter for the ferals who live outdoors (including at a sanctuary located in the Waterloo area), it maintains an indoor cat sanctuary, and it finds homes for dumped cats and kittens who are socialized. Best of all, it’s aggressively spayed and neutered all the felines who have crossed its path — more than 300 in a decade — cutting down on the overpopulation of kittens. Cute as they are, they all need homes!

Each year, the WACP has held its annual benefit, a low-cost party for cat lovers to share their feline affection and help cats in need. The 10th annual fundraiser takes place at the Slovenian Workmen’s Home on Waterloo, and features music by DJ Grandbag, food from Melt Bar and Grilled, a cash bar, a photo booth, an art sale and raffles featuring gift baskets with all sorts of items and experiences donated by friendly cat lovers. There’s also a $1,000 grand prize raffle.

Tickets are $20, and 100% of it goes toward helping cats survive and thrive.



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