Adopt a feline and then find out what she’s thinking about

  • Friday, September 21, 2012 6:44pm
  • Life

How many of us out there have asked this question: What in the heck could my cat be thinking?

Well, you might get a little insight into a cat’s mind during the Everett Animal Shelter’s event, The Secret Lives of Cats.

At the event, feline tarot card readings will be given by Bev Bryant, who will invite guests to her table to look into those secret lives of cats.

Cats do not have to be present.

But tarot readings aren’t the only activity at this shelter event, which is promoting cat adoptions.

There will be lots of cats available for adoption, from kittens to seniors. In addition to the shelter’s cats, Purrfect Pals, PAWS, NOAH and Homeward Pet are bringing cats, making them available for adoption.

Special adoption rates will be $100 for kittens; $75 for adult cats 6 months to 8 years, and $30 for senior cats 8 years and older,

The day’s events include animal rescue group booths, face painting and cat crafts for the kids. You can get a tattoo (on you, not your cat) at the “Tats for Cats” booth by Island Sons tattoo artists.

A “cat-lossal” size basket of cool cat stuff will be raffled, said Dee Cordell, shelter operations coordinator.

The event’s theme is “Superheroes.” and the shelter will be decorated in a Marvel Comic Book motif.

“We’re really excited about this event and are hoping for a big attendance,” Cordell said.

The Secret Lives of Cats/Superheroes 2012 Cat Adoption Event is to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Everett Animal Shelter, 333 Smith Island Road, Everett. For more information call the shelter at 425-257-6000.

Herald staff

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