Celebrating 20 Years of Whiskers, Purrs and Volunteers
DoubleTree Park Place
St. Louis Park (West End)
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, November 3
On Friday evening, November 3, join Feline Rescue and special guest Hannah Shaw, the Kitten Lady, at the Paw-Purr-Azzi Glitter Ball to celebrate 20 years of dediCATed volunteers. The Paw-Purr-Azzi Glitter Ball will be held at the DoubleTree Park Place Hotel in St. Louis Park (West End). The evening will include a red carpet entrance with photo opps, a kitten video fashion show, silent auction and raffles (check out the great prizes!), and a book signing by author Kristy Abbott of her Feline Rescue-approved book Finding Home. Plus, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, kitty cocktails, music, and the debut of Feline Rescue 20th anniversary video.
Tickets are $50 for the general public and $25 for active Feline Rescue volunteers. A limited number of tickets are available for a private “Meet & Greet” with Hannah Shaw, the Kitten Lady, for $50 each.
Buy tickets to the Glitter Ball!
Buy tickets to the private Kitten Lady Meet & Greet!
Meet the Kitten Lady!
Buy tickets to the Kitten Lady’s workshop in the Twin Cities!
Become a sponsor to help Feline Rescue reach our $10,000 fundraising goal!
Donate items for our raffle boards!
Become a Sponsor
Feline Rescue is seeking sponsors to help us reach our fundraising goal of $10,000. The PAW-PURR-AZZI GLITTER BALL provides the purrfect opportunity for your business to be a partner in Feline Rescue’s celebration of 20 Years of Whiskers, Purrs and Volunteers. For more information on sponsorship opportunities and to learn how your business would be recognized in our event promotion, email David Nelson at email@example.com.
Donate Raffle Board Items
A fun way to help Feline Rescue raise money for our cats is to donate a gift certificate, good or service for a raffle board. Raffle boards are very similar to silent auctions, with a little twist. Guests “purchase” one of 64 squares on the raffle board for a set dollar amount for a chance to win one of the donated prizes – anything from tickets to a sports game or movie tickets, to jewelry, wine, or a handcrafted quilt donated by one of our volunteers. We’ll begin drawing numbers at 9:15. The name on the square of the drawn number wins the prize!
Another fun way to help Feline Rescue raise money for our cats is to donate a hand crafted item. We may use your donated creations for our raffle boards or at a craft sale. If you are a Feline Rescue volunteer, your hand crafted donation may be featured in the “Volunteers Superstars” raffle board, which will showcase our volunteers’ talents. Ideas for hand-crafted donations include quilts, hand-stitched totes, pottery, hand-made jewelry, knitted and crocheted items. Hand-made cat blankets and cat beds are always a hit.
Non-crafters’ donations are welcome, too, and donation suggestions include wine, books, candles, artwork, and cat-themed items such as teacups or mugs. Your handcrafted or donated item may be combined with other donated items to create a basket that will be irresistible!
Use your imagination, combined with your creativity, and you’ll be contributing to the success of Feline Rescue’s events.
Feline Rescue will acknowledge all raffle board donors and donations on our website and Facebook page, and in a printed event program. For more information or to make a donation, please email David Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Kitten Lady
Hannah Shaw strives to create global change in the way we perceive and treat the tiniest and most vulnerable felines: orphaned kittens. She offers educational workshops, training resources and consulting services to individuals and organizations throughout the country. She also provides rescue and adoptions services, and is active in TNR and the care of community cats. Hannah has amassed a viral social media following and was recently featured in People Magazine Pets and Inked Magazine, and appeared with Jackson Galaxy on Animal Planet in June 2017.
Attend the Kitten Lady’s Twin Cities workshop
Hannah will host two workshops on Saturday, November 4 at the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul Student Center. The morning workshop will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will cover the essential knowledge needed to raise kittens, with a special focus on neonatal kittens and feral kittens. The afternoon workshop will cover effective practices for humanely managing and caring for community cats, including trap-neuter return, feral kitten socialization, and colony care. Purchase tickets to the workshop online.