The Cat Network “MUST LOVE CATS” Silent Auction and Fundraiser

We are proud to announce that we will have a Fundraiser on Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 6:00 to 10:00pm, to be held at the elegant Robert and Judi Prokop Newman Alumni Center, at the University of Miami, 6200 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33146. We invite you to enjoy a purrfect evening of wine, hor d’oeuvres, cuisine, music and a silent auction/raffle.

The event’s silent auction will feature art, travel, and various other items, including unique cat collectibles. The event will be catered by Fare to Remember Our special guest for this event will be John Fulton, star of Animal Planet’s “Must Love Cats”. Tickets are $75.00 and be purchased at the door, online (below), or by sending a check to our P.O. Box: The Cat Network, P.O.Box 347228, Miami, Fl 33234.





 

Date: November 11, 2017
Time: 6:00 to 10:pm
Place: University of Miami Newman Alumni Center
Special Guest: John Fulton, host of Animal Planet’s “Must Love Cats

For more information, please call 305-255-3482 or email info@thecatnetwork.org

If you would like to donate a product, service or be a sponsor, please email info@thecatnetwork.org

About John Fulton

Must Love Cats is a celebration of fascinating felines and the fascinating people who love them. From cats that saved their owners’ lives to swanky cat-only hotels, the series spans the realm of all things “cat.” It offers a potpourri of amazing feline stories, jam-packed with interesting factoids and trivia bits.

The show is hosted by musician John Fulton, who combines his love for ditties with kitties. He is on a mission to prove to himself and the world that America is filled — north to south, east to west — with cat lovers, and is in fact a Cat-nation.

John Fulton brought us KLEPTO KITTY.


The Cat Network, Inc. is a 501(c)3, Florida not-for-profit corporation dedicated to humanely reducing cat overpopulation by educating the public about the need to sterilize their pets and strays; providing access to low-cost spay/neuter services for stay, homeless and abandoned cats; helping members in their efforts to place adoptable cats in loving homes; and advocating non-lethal population control and humane public policy.

Our grassroots efforts over the past twenty-two years have resulted in the spaying and neutering of over 100,000 of South Florida’s community cats and the adoption of over 12,000 cats and kittens.