Published August 28th, 2013
Enjoy the Frivolity of Felines While Helping a Good Cause
Submitted by Billie Cummings
Community Concern 4 Cats member, Nancy O'Hanna, frolics with Cat Blanchet, one of the kitties up for adoption at the Internet Cat Video Festival Sept. 7. Through the presentation of this 75-minute video, Walker Art Center is graciously honoring CC4C for their past 26 years of providing neighborhood, on-the-spot, services to homeless cats. Photos provided
Whether you have called the organization for help with a cat that is spraying in Lafayette, when a momma cat abandoned its kittens under your deck in Moraga, or if you needed to find a home for a large number of cats when you had to move from your Orinda Home to a nursing home, Community Concern 4 Cats has been answering questions, rescuing animals, offering pet adoptions at the Lafayette Pet Food Express, and helping the Lamorinda community for over 25 years. On Sunday, Sept. 7, CC4C will be holding a Cat Internet Video Festival from 3 to 10 p.m. at Heather Farm Park in Walnut Creek to raise much needed funds to cover costs to continue to keep cats safe and healthy. The festival will include music and entertainment, a silent auction, cat-themed children's activities, and games for all ages. The showing of a 75-minute film of hilarious Internet cat videos on a large outdoor screen begins at sunset. Cost is $10 for adults; $5 for children 3-12, free for 3 and under. Bring your picnic blanket or a low chair for the show. Come in costume, if you dare!

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