a local cat masquerade ball

If you live in the area, love cats, and want to attend a Masquerade ball, I’ve got just the event for you! 

The Tuxedo Cat Ball is on Friday, April 19 at North Ridge Country Club.

Saving Lives    ●    Saving Lives    ●    Saving Lives

Here are some of Safe Haven’s accomplishments/goals: 

-Adopting 500 stray cats into great homes.  We only have to adopt 133 more

to reach our goal of 500 in 12 months.


-Sterilizing 800 more cats in the SAFE Care Clinic for a 45% increase saving

an additional 2,400 lives.


-Bringing 51 cats to SAFE Haven from euthanizing shelters, hoarders and

other dangerous situations.


-Vaccinating another 300 cats and dogs for rabies for only $5 each.


-Giving out 3 tons of food to support 70 animals and their families with

free pet food this quarter.


-Providing free spay/neuter to 110 more cats in Zebulon to meet our goal for

410 this year.


There will be an auction with over 125 items! Plus a raffle for an iPad mini!

Would you like to win 2 tickets to attend? All you have to do is leave a comment below! I’ll pick the winners on Monday!

(this event is only in Raleigh, and the prize is only two tickets to the ball)

Comments

  1. says

    That’s where I had my wedding reception! The food at North Ridge is great & they have a beautiful ballroom! Whoever wins will have a great time :)

  2. says

    I am unable to attend so I am not entering the contest… But, I just wanted to say what a great place Safe Haven is! We adopted our kitty from there two months ago, and they are awesome!!! :-)

  3. says

    I would love to win these tickets! My mother rescues cats – some of them feral. She doesn’t have much luck adopting them out, but she lives on a farm so she’s got plenty of room for felines! All 3 of the cats at my house were rescues, as well. (:

  4. says

    I would LOVE to win these tickets! I would actually give them to my best friend. She started a volunteer project in Edenton, NC her senior year of high school (2007). She received donations from community members so she could trap feral cats and then have them spayed/neutered and vaccinated. She actually won an award from the NC Board of Education for her efforts. She LOVES cats of all shapes and sizes!!

  5. says

    My rescue kitty Tai Tai’s 16th birthday was yesterday. This would be a fun way of celebrating it. More kitties should be able to celebrate their 16th birthday!

  6. says

    I am close to Raleigh and do what I can to help out the Humane Society of Alamance County – they are such a great group and they are always taking in other animals, even though they are a “cat only” no-kill shelter!

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