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Interested in fun cat events going on near you? We’ve found a few great January 2019 cat events to check out this month

All Month: Workman Publishing 2019 Calendars

Do you have your 2019 calendar yet? Workman Publishing has 34 new titles joining its best-selling lineup that are perfect for pet lovers, including the following fun cat titles: Cat Page-A-Week Gallery Wall Calendar; Cat Gallery Calendar; A Year of Cat Trivia Page-A-Day Calendar; 365 Cats Page-A-Day Calendar; Bad Cat Page-A-Day and Wall Calendars; Really Important Stuff My Cat Has Taught Me Wall and Mini Wall Calendars; and 365 Kittens-A-Year Wall Calendar. For more information, visit workman.com
Saturday, Jan. 5 to Sunday, Jan. 6: Houston Cat Club’s 66thAnnual Charity Cat Show
One of the largest annual U.S. cat shows, The Houston Charity Cat Show draws pedigreed cats from around the world to compete in eight judging rings. The show is sanctioned by the Cat Fanciers’ Association, with 41 breeds eligible to be shown at CFA shows. More than 200 cats are expected to be entered in this year’s show. You’ll also see cats running agility courses, a Meow Mall full of vendors, a special children’s area, Pet-Me-Cats and a meet-the-breed ring where you can hear owners talk about their breeds. This charity event supports the Houston SPCA, the Houston Humane Society, Citizens for Animal Protection and Hopeless and Orphaned Pet Endeavor (HOPE). Animal rescue shelters from Harris, Fort Bend and Galveston counties will have free space at the show to offer pets for adoption. The show goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Hall E. Ticket prices are: $9.99 for adults, $8 for seniors and military and $4 for children ages 5 to 12. For more information, visit houstoncatclub.org

Thursday, Jan. 17: The Cats on Glass Gallery
The Cats on Glass Gallery, curated by Fresh Step Clean Paws (and known as a pop-up with a purpose) comes to Los Angeles today. It debuted in New York last year and what was intended as a limited-time exhibit exceeded all expectations with more than 7,000 visitors, dozens of cat adoptions and applications filled out during the five-day event. During the LA run, there will be the same larger-than-life cat display, pom-pom room, me-owm meditation center, adoption lounge and feature exhibit: a live Cats on Glass Playhouse. There will also be a few Hollywood additions, including adoptable cats from spcaLA and cat-lebrity Walk of Fame featuring Kitten Lady, Nala Cat, Lil Bub, White Coffe Cat and more. For more information, visit freshstep.com/cat-love
Friday, Jan. 25 – Sunday, Jan 27: International Cat Show Portland

Get in on the action at one of the largest cat events in the region. Hundreds of cats will strut their stuff in front of judges from all over the world, all vying for top awards. Help raise funds by bringing a two-can donation for the Oregon Food Bank, and you’ll save $2 on entry. This year the TICA-affiliated show not only moves to a new location – the Portland Expo Center – but it will also be televised via syndicated network television.

What’s Mew at Catster: January 2019 Cat Events

Interested in fun cat events going on near you? We’ve found a few great January 2019 cat events to check out this month

All Month: Workman Publishing 2019 Calendars

Do you have your 2019 calendar yet? Workman Publishing has 34 new titles joining its best-selling lineup that are perfect for pet lovers, including the following fun cat titles: Cat Page-A-Week Gallery Wall Calendar; Cat Gallery Calendar; A Year of Cat Trivia Page-A-Day Calendar; 365 Cats Page-A-Day Calendar; Bad Cat Page-A-Day and Wall Calendars; Really Important Stuff My Cat Has Taught Me Wall and Mini Wall Calendars; and 365 Kittens-A-Year Wall Calendar. For more information, visit workman.com
Saturday, Jan. 5 to Sunday, Jan. 6: Houston Cat Club’s 66thAnnual Charity Cat Show
One of the largest annual U.S. cat shows, The Houston Charity Cat Show draws pedigreed cats from around the world to compete in eight judging rings. The show is sanctioned by the Cat Fanciers’ Association, with 41 breeds eligible to be shown at CFA shows. More than 200 cats are expected to be entered in this year’s show. You’ll also see cats running agility courses, a Meow Mall full of vendors, a special children’s area, Pet-Me-Cats and a meet-the-breed ring where you can hear owners talk about their breeds. This charity event supports the Houston SPCA, the Houston Humane Society, Citizens for Animal Protection and Hopeless and Orphaned Pet Endeavor (HOPE). Animal rescue shelters from Harris, Fort Bend and Galveston counties will have free space at the show to offer pets for adoption. The show goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Hall E. Ticket prices are: $9.99 for adults, $8 for seniors and military and $4 for children ages 5 to 12. For more information, visit houstoncatclub.org

Thursday, Jan. 17: The Cats on Glass Gallery
The Cats on Glass Gallery, curated by Fresh Step Clean Paws (and known as a pop-up with a purpose) comes to Los Angeles today. It debuted in New York last year and what was intended as a limited-time exhibit exceeded all expectations with more than 7,000 visitors, dozens of cat adoptions and applications filled out during the five-day event. During the LA run, there will be the same larger-than-life cat display, pom-pom room, me-owm meditation center, adoption lounge and feature exhibit: a live Cats on Glass Playhouse. There will also be a few Hollywood additions, including adoptable cats from spcaLA and cat-lebrity Walk of Fame featuring Kitten Lady, Nala Cat, Lil Bub, White Coffe Cat and more. For more information, visit freshstep.com/cat-love
Friday, Jan. 25 – Sunday, Jan 27: International Cat Show Portland

Get in on the action at one of the largest cat events in the region. Hundreds of cats will strut their stuff in front of judges from all over the world, all vying for top awards. Help raise funds by bringing a two-can donation for the Oregon Food Bank, and you’ll save $2 on entry. This year the TICA-affiliated show not only moves to a new location – the Portland Expo Center – but it will also be televised via syndicated network television.

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