Hi lovelies, how’s it going?
Sorry I’ve been MIA for awhile but I’ve been having some exciting things happening that’s been keeping me preoccupied. I’ve been spending a lot of time working on my passion for modeling, taking chances and gaining more experience so that’s been more of a priority over the blog.
So today I’m writing about “Kitten Yoga” a fundraising event by our biggest Cat Shelter in Perth, WA called Cat Haven.
Cat Haven is an ‘open admission’ shelter which means they never turn away any cat no matter how old, sick or feral. As a charity, with very little government funding, they rely heavily on donations from the public and businesses to keep cats fed, safe and healthy until they find a home. They also do foster programs and team up with local pet shops City Farmers and Petbarn which they use as external adoption centres.
Cat Haven does some AMAZING work and I’ve always been a big fan and supporter of their work. One of their fundraising events is Kitten Yoga which has proven to be a major sell out each time they’ve had it from 2017. I knew this so when I saw the ad for the event pop up on Facebook I got in pretty quick to book a ticket and I was lucky to snag the last one!
The event was held at Warehouse Fitness in Fremantle which had a stunning, airy and spacious group fitness room. There was a total of 6 kittens all up and oh my gosh were they adorable!!
The session was booked for an hour however the yoga class itself went on only for 40-45 minutes. The yoga session was very gentle and relaxing and we were allowed to choose if we wanted to stop and play with the kittens while the class was going. There was an assortment of cat toys strewn all around the room. It was so much fun having the kittens scuttling around all playful, curiously sniffing through all the bags and even sitting on some of our laps.
After the yoga class we had about 15 minutes of free time to play with the kittens.
There was also a table with items for sale, information pamphlets about adopting, fostering and a debit card donation machine if anyone wanted to give a donate.
Overall the event was extremely fun and I’m so glad I finally was able to try it after years of missing out. If you ever have any spare change or are considering making regular donations to a charity please consider Cat Haven! They have rescued and rehomed thousands of cats and always need donations for ever steady stream of more cats coming in needing homes. At the start of the event Lauren from Cat Haven mentioned that that weekend itself they had 450 cats looking for homes. So please please please consider them!
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Anyway thanks so much for reading lovelies!! I hope things are all with you guys. Till next time lovelies!
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