Halloween Cats Show Coming to Phoenix

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Cats can really be beautiful! Come see some amazing felines at the Halloween Cats Show hosted by Superstition Cat Fanciers and All About Animals Rescue. 
Over 150 pedigreed cats and kittens to see, as well as everyday household pet cats. You can sit and watch cats on the judging table, walk around and visit with the cats between judgings or take pictures of your favorite breed.

There will be six judging rings going on concurrently throughout the day. No matter what time you arrive you’re bound to see your favorite breed being judged. Breeds include: Abyssinian, Russian Blue, Burmese, Siamese, Cornish Rex, Persian, Burmilla, Maine Coon, Siberian, Persian and up to 20 more breeds.

Several cat vendors will be displaying lots of cat related goodies to buy.

Adult Admission $6.00
Seniors $5.00
Children 5-17 $3.00
For Children 5 and under: Free
Bring a can of pet food for the rescue group All About Anmals located in the lobby and get $1 off!

Show hours:
10/21/17 9 AM – 4 PM Saturday
Free parking!

El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium
552 N 40th St
Phoenix, Arizona 

One of Arizona’s oldest cat clubs, Superstition Cat Fanciers is affiliated with the Cat Fanciers’ Association. The club proudly hosts two shows a year at the Shrine Auditorium in Phoenix, AZ.
All About Animals is dedicated to saving companion animals whose lives are in jeopardy by providing rescue, foster and adoption. 

All About Animals believes that it is our moral responsibility to protect and improve the lives of abused, abandoned, and homeless dogs and cats. We aim to bring together individuals who are passionate about a creating a better future for our companion animals. We are committed to provide these volunteers with high quality training in order to work together in the most efficient way to ensure the well being of our animals. 

Finding forever homes: 
-Through providing all animals we work with a safe and secure haven. 
-Through assisting in finding responsible caretakers for homeless pets.
Linking and strengthening existing resources: 
-Through developing a network of supporters and volunteers who endorse our mission and support our goals.
-Through working in alliance with local animal shelters, rescue groups, county facilities, and humane society organizations. 
Educating the public: 
-Through promoting kindness to animals and building animal-friendly communities by way of education and by example 
-Through advocating responsible pet ownership. 
-Through supporting spay/neuter of domestic pets, as well as feral cats, thereby reducing pet over-population.


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