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A cat on a summery beach chair. Photography ©IvonneW | Getty Images.

What’s Mew at Catster: July 2021 Cat Events

Interested in cat celebrations this month? We’ve found a few fun July cat activities to check out this month.
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Looking for a way to celebrate our feline friends this month? Here are a few fun July cat activities.

All month: National Lost Pet Prevention Month

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Check out gorgeous breeds at this TICA cat show. Photography © GlobalP | iStock / Getty Images Plus.

July 10-11: Yellow Rose Cat Club Purebred and Household Pet Cat Show

As things are slowly opening up again, cat shows are coming back! This weekend, check out the Purebred and Household Pet Cat Show sponsored by TICA and the Yellow Rose Cat Club and held at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex in Amarillo, Texas. The two-day event will showcase cats from around the country with representatives of unique traits – everything from spots and dots to big and tiny ears and the virtually hairless. Limited spectator opportunities include four continuous judging rings and Meow Street for shopping. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. You must pre-purchase your tickets. Learn more here or visit the club’s Facebook page @TicaYellowRoseCatClub.

Make fun toys to donate to your local shelter. Photo by Annie Butler Shirreffs.

July 21: Craft for Your Local Shelters Day

Get your stitch on and help your local shelter by creating cat toys and blankets for your local shelter.

This fun, new mystery releases today.

July 27: Claws for Alarm

Looking for a new mystery to read? Book Five in the Cat Café Mystery Series by Cat Conte releases today. In this installment, Maddie James’ JJ’s House of Purrs cat café is booming – until a killer is let of the leash. Learn more here.

July 29: International Tiger Day

Take a moment today to help keep tigers on the Earth. Organizations like the WWF are working with governments, scientists, rangers and communities to help save these magnificent animals. Find a big cat organization to see how you can help.

Featured photo: Photography ©IvonneW | Getty Images.

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