July 20, Seattle

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MEOW Cat Rescue

2:00pm, Saturday

10600 NE 68th Street, Kirkland

MEOW places approximately 1500 animals into permanent homes each year. Cats and kittens come from various sources and situations: orphans found under a deck, an abandoned cat crying at the door, pets no longer able to stay with a family because someone has developed allergies or is moving to a place where the cats are not welcome. Some come from the rescue community, finding tame cats and kittens feeding with feral colonies. Newborn or senior, healthy, ill or injured, all are valued at MEOW. MEOW offers a voucher program for free spay and neuter to lower income families and administers various humane education programs in area schools and through local organizations (Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, etc.). www.meowcatrescue.org

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Comments

  • Jenafor Donng Thursday, 02 May 2013

    Gwen Cooper

    Hello, I was wondering if tickets will be available for the Gwen Cooper reading in July?

  • Gwen Thursday, 02 May 2013

    No tickets necessary, Jenafor--the event is free and open to the public. :) Hope to see you there!

  • Jenafor Donng Saturday, 20 July 2013

    Meow Cat Rescue

    I am planning to attend, looking forward to meeting you. :)

  • Barbara Apodaca Monday, 06 May 2013

    Homers mom is coming to Seattle... so super excited to meet her..

    I cant wait to meet you!

  • Bunny Schneider Saturday, 25 May 2013

    Great Opportunity to Meet Gwen Cooper - Dont' miss it!

    As usual, Gwen is shining a light on an important issue and the grestest need. Thanks to Homer's inspiration for making this all possible!

  • Ann Stryker Friday, 14 June 2013

    YEA!

    So excited to meet you! Will your fuzzy entourage be accompaning you?

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