Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Karaoke for Kitties!!! A Benefit For Carol's Ferals!
It doesn’t matter if you sound like Beyonce or a cat in heat, head down to the Clique Bowling Lanes, 533 Stocking NW on Saturday May 7st from 9pm - 1am for a fun and hilarious evening, “Karaoke For Kitties,” a benefit for Carol’s Ferals.
Entrance is only $10, which includes free bowling all night long. You can pay to sing and participate in a silent auction. Rev. Charles Preston Smith will serve as host for the evening and a panel of celebrities will be on hand. A donation to help west Michigan cats can have you crooning with comedian, Stu McCallister. Or maybe a group singalong with Grand Rapids own Grand Raggidy Roller Girls is more your style? If singing ain’t your thing, a few bucks means a celebrity of your choosing has to sing any song you choose. Or for the bolder, show off your pipes to the crowd all on your own.
“We’re incredibly excited about the opportunity to have a blast while raising money and awareness about Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and reducing the stray and feral cat population in our communities,” said Carol Manos, the Executive Director, who will also be on hand to sing her version of Life in the Fast Lane (or in this case, "Life in My Cat Brain"). For more information on this event, visit http://www.carolsferals.org/karaoke
Carol’s Ferals is a Grand Rapids, Michigan based, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. Carol’s Ferals aims to assist outdoor dwelling cat caregivers with TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) services. Cats are accepted three nights weekly and are spayed/neutered, treated for fleas and parasites and vaccinated or tested for infectious feline diseases as needed or desired. Sick or injured cats are treated and returned when in the best interest of the cat and cat population. Carol’s Ferals advises cat fostering and adoption and does limited adoption of friendly cats and kittens. For more information, go to: http://www.carolsferals.org