Contact: Jordan Gilgenbach, 612-673-2148
June 26, 2017
Cats and kittens take over City Hall for Minneapolis Kitty Hall Tuesday, June 27
What: Kittens and cats from Minneapolis Animal Care and Control will be available for snuggles and adoption Kitty Hall, an event to promote shelter adoptions and pet licensing and to raise awareness for Minneapolis Animal Care and Control.
When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, June 27
11:30 a.m. - Staff from Minneapolis Animal Care and Control are available for interviews.
Noon - Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges will announce the winners of the Kitty Hall meow-or and Kitty Council president election
Where: Minneapolis City Hall, Rotunda, 350 S. Fifth St.
MORE: Kitty Hall features more than 30 cats and kittens from Minneapolis Animal Care and Control. All of the animals at Kitty Hall are available for adoption. Six adult cats are running for elected positions: three for Kitty of Minneapolis meow-or, and three for Kitty Council president. Online voting is underway, and will be taken in-person at the event until noon.
Attendees of Kitty Hall will have the opportunity to adopt any of the cats and kittens featured, and cuddle and take pictures with the kittens. Those who adopt any of the animals can pick them up at the end of the event, or at Minneapolis Animal Care and Control, 212 17th Ave. N., by the close of business Wednesday, June 28.
Published Jun 26, 2017