There is always something interesting going on at Lakewood's Cat Care Society and this month is no different. Foodies can help the cats by going to the Feasting for Felines event at California Pizza Kitchen on March 21 or cat owners can help themselves by attending the CCS March seminar on cat behavior.
Feasting for Felines is a regular event that involves local restaurants and dining out to help the cats at the Cat Care Society. On Thursday, March 21, dine at any of the Front Range California Pizza Kitchens at any time of day and 20% of the bill will be donated to the CCS. To qualify, diners must present the following flyer to their server before ordering and the fundraising is good for dine-in, take-out, catering and all beverages. Click here to download the flyer. Feel free to email the flyer to friends and family. California Pizza Kitchen has locations in Lakewood at the Colorado Mills Mall, in Denver at the Cherry Creek Mall, in Broomfield at Flatirons Mall and at the Park Meadows Mall in Littleton.
The Cat Care Society began a new education program this year featuring a monthly seminar series to help people take better care of their cats. On Saturday, March 30, the CCS will have their March seminar called “Why does my cat do that?” Veterinarian Dr. Kerry Muhovich will take questions and provide answers about common feline behaviors and issues. The seminar will be held at 1 p.m. at the Cat Care Society in the lower level conference room. Cost to attend is $5, but platinum CCS members can attend for free. Please RSVP by calling 303-239-9680 or email CCSManager@catcaresociety.org.
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