Orange Street Cats is an Albany area cat rescue organization that has helped place hundreds of homeless, abused, and neglected cats into permanent, loving homes in the greater Albany area. The group’s name comes from the location of a house where a group of animal advocates and cat lovers helped rescue over 90 cats from a hoarding situation. The volunteers formed the group to continue rescue and placement efforts for homeless and needy cats in the Albany area.
To help continue their rescue efforts, fund vet care, buy supplies, and care for kitties looking for permanent homes, OSC is holding a Bowl-a-thon on Sunday, April 14 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Palladium Bowling Center, 363 Ontario St. in Albany. Tickets are $10 in advance (through April 5), and $12 at the door. Admission includes two games of bowling, shoes and entry into door prize drawings.
In addition to door prizes, there will be a Chinese Auction, and a bake sale. Music will be supplied by Unlimited Entertainment.
Come and join the April fun and help a great organization continue their work.
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