was a caterwauling success!
Our yearly celebrity musical event made the move to Hollywood and played to a full house at the Avalon Theater. With nearly $60,000 raised to help the homeless cats of Los Angeles and expand the message of the importance of spaying and neutering, microchipping and being a responsible pet owner, Kitty Bungalow continues to provide entertainment and advocacy in one great night!
A clowder of celebrities graced the stage singing and dancing all in the name of cat. Return favorites Fred Willard (Modern Family) and Keith David (Community) were joined on the stage by Elaine Hendrix (Sex Drugs and Rock and Roll) and Hal Sparks (Lab Rats). The So You Think You Can Dance dancers pranced, the celebrity singers soared and laughter filled the house.
Click on the ticket to check out a bit of what you missed and be sure to put us in your calendar for 2016!
We can't do it without our sponsors so thank you World's Best Cat Litter, By Nature, Bayer for Animal Health, Found Animals Foundation, Nature's Variety and Pioneer Pet.
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Art District Downtown Photo Collective
2432 E 8th St
Come out and hang with the coolest cat rescue in town as we celebrate National Feral Cat Day on october 16th with an art gallery event -
Check out the amazing photographers from around the world who have focused their lenses on the feral cat. You too could have your work hung at the gallery by participating in our annual "Formerly Feral" photo contest.
At Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats, we take special care in socializing feral kittens and graduating Ivy League lap cats into life long loving homes. We are also committed to providing grown ferals their GED diplomas by providing spay/neuter services in the form of Trap Neuter Release (TNR) within Los Angeles city limits. Our mishttp://www.pioneerpet.comsion is to provide all cats able to adjust to indoor life with a warm and loving lifelong home, while providing those cats who need to continue living outdoors with a caring colony manager, assuring all cats, lap or otherwise, a humane and happy existence.
The cat overpopulation is not a cat problem, it is a people problem caused by uneducated and sometimes irresponsible pet owners who abandon their cats or do not have them sterilized, causing a proliferation of cats being born on the street. Together we can bring an end to the homeless kitten epidemic. You can do your part by adopting, volunteering or donating to our organization today.