The Art’s Meow Celebrates Our Feline Friends
If you’re a cat lover, or are close with someone who is, you definitely need to head over to the Northshore this Sunday at Noon for “The Art’s Meow” at Uptown Art on the corner of Fazier Ave and North Market St.
Which, as you can guess by the name, will feature a collection of cute and curious cat-themed pieces.
All proceeds from this educational and charitable event will be used to benefit the Alice Fund and Wally's Friends by helping cat owners in the area obtain health care and also to help care givers obtain access to the appropriate needed resources.
“By accepting donations from generous cat lovers, The Alice Fund gives contributors a way to extend their love for cats to those in need.” Says veterinarian Dr. Marcia Toumayan, from Chattanooga’s Cat Clinic and the medical advisor to the fund.
In addition to the cat featured art on a variety of medias, this family-friendly event will also include fun and interactive activities for children of all ages such as: face painting, pumpkin decorating, and a drawing for a door prize.
There will also be informational tables set up where guests can ask questions and gain insight about the community cats and their care. Light refreshments will also be offered to those attending the event.
The Arts Meow: 1st Annual Celebration of Community Cats
Sunday, Noon to 4 p.m.
Corner of Fraizer Ave. & North Market St.
Proceeds go to Wally’s Friends to fund local, low-cost spay and neuters for feral cats
Artwork by Miki Boni - mikiboni.com