Looking for a way to celebrate our feline friends in November? Here are some fun November 2018 cat events.
Friday, Nov 2: Bohemian Rhapsody premieres
Finally! A movie that celebrates one of the coolest cat lovers on the planet – Freddie Mercury – along with his band, Queen. Mercury had many cats – Tiffany, Miko, Romeo, Dorothy and Goliath among them. And, yes, cats are in the movie! The highly anticipated film stars familiar faces like Rami Malek and Mike Myers and focuses on the years up to Queen’s memorable appearance at Live Aid, London, in 1985. Learn more on Facebook @BohemianRhapsodyMovie.
Saturday, Nov. 3: Puttin’ on the Max
Dress in your best formal attire and join MaxFund for its 30thannual Puttin’ on the Max fundraiser at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado. Enjoy cocktails, live and silent auction, entertainment and an adoptable animals’ parade. All proceeds support the nonprofit MaxFund Animal Shelter. More details at maxfund.ejoinme.org/POM2018.
Sunday, Nov. 4: Total Cat Mojo Live
Starting today, author and host of My Cat From Hell Jackson Galaxy (aka The Cat Daddy) kicks off his Total Cat Mojo Live tour, presented by Litter Genie. The well-known cat behaviorist will bring his love for cats to 16 cities across the country throughout November and December. In this rare live event, he’ll share his expertise and “cat mojo” – his unique philosophy that teaches cat parents the skills to help their feline friends build confidence within their own environment. For more information, visit JacksonGalaxy.com/Events.
Thursday, Nov. 8: Fool’s Moon
Available today, Fool’s Moon is the first book in Diane A.S. Stuckart’s Tarot Cats Mystery Series. Ruby Sparks finds it a challenge to take care of her half-sister’s new-age shop – and her growing menagerie of mystically inclined pets, especially when a customer wants her to divine the truth about a murder. When Ruby’s own life is threatened, she begins to wonder if she’s being played for a fool. Luckily, her black cats, Ophelia and Brandon (who have a talent for tarot), and a feisty Pit Bull friend all lend a paw in nabbing the culprit. Published through Midnight Ink.
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10-11: Dayton Cat Fanciers CFA Allbreed & Household Pet Cat Show
Join Dayton Cat Fanciers for its 63rdannual CFA Allbreed & Household Pet Cat Show, where dozens of cats from all over the United States will compete for best in show. There will be a feline agility course, adoptable cats, and lots of vendors featuring hard-to-find items for your pets – clothing, toys and other feline-related accessories. Show hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, and the event takes place at Bales Arena/McAfee Sports Center. Tickets are $6 for adults; $5 for seniors and children (ages 6 through 12); $15 for family, and children under the age of 5 are free. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/532189437198013.
Friday, Nov. 16: Holiday Windows
They’re back! Check out those wonderful Macy’s Holiday Windows filled with adoptable cats and dogs from the San Francisco SPCA. This year is the SF SPCA’s 150thanniversary, so expect a lot of special surprises! Holiday Windows goes through the end of the year at the Macy’s located on Union Square in San Francisco. Visit sfspca.org/holiday for more information.
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 17-18: TICA All-Breed Championship
Get ready for cats, cats and more cats at TICA’s (The International Cat Association) feline family event at Minnreg Hall in Largo, Florida. Watch cats compete in 12 different rings with expert judges from around the world. There’s even a Household Pet category. Meet 25-plus cat breeds, shop for cool cat products, enter raffles and check out the adoptable cats. Hosted by Skyway Cat Club. Get more information at skywaycatclub.com.
Friday, Nov. 23: The Complete Cat Exhibition
International Cat Care (iCatCare) celebrates its 60thanniversary with an exhibition in the Rook Lane Gallery at Frome, Somerset, England. You’ll see art from the Members of the Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A.) and others. A quarter of all sales goes to iCatCare’s work for cats around the world. Runs through December 8. Can’t make it to England? Check out S.O.F.A.’s previous exhibitions and new online S.O.F.A. Gallery at felineartists.org.
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