Waterloo Alley Cat Project 6th Annual Fundraiser

Saturday, March 28, 2015, 7-11p.m. The Waterloo Alley Cat Project’s mission is to protect and care for the abandoned/feral cats that live in the burgeoning Waterloo Road Arts & Entertainment District, in the North Collinwood area of Cleveland.  A non-profit, volunteer, grassroots organization, WACP uses the humane trap-neuter/spay-return method to help reduce the number of cats and kittens roaming the streets of our growing neighborhood.  Since its inception in November 2009, the WACP has spayed and neutered over 250 cats and continues to feed over 50 cats on a daily basis.

On Saturday, March 28, 2015, the Waterloo Alley Cat Project is hosting its 6th Annual FUNdraiser at GALLERY 160 located at 16008 Waterloo Road. The night will begin at 7 p.m. with basket raffles and silent auctions. Over 30 fabulous items have been donated by artists, local businesses, and individuals – including: an original photograph by world-famous cat photographer, Walter Chandoha; a beautiful queen size handmade quilt; handcrafted jewelry; a guitar; gift baskets, and much more (you must be present to win). There will also be food, DJs, and beverages. 100% of the money raised will go to the care of Waterloo cats.

The event is FREE. There will be a red pick-up truck parked in front of the gallery for people to “STUFF THE TRUCK” with cat food & litter donations. If you cannot attend the event but would like to contribute, tax deductible donations can be sent to the Northeast Shores Development Corporation, 317 East 156th St. Cleveland 44110 (mark in the memo Waterloo Alley Cat Project).

Deborah Gulyas

Merchant on Waterloo Road: Blue Arrow Records and This Way Out Vintage Shoppe in the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern. And, lover of cats.

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