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Fans Have the Opportunity to Meet and Take Photos with LA Feline Film Festival Host
Interviews, Photos, and Video Footage Opportunities Available
WHEN: Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.
WHAT: Lil Bub will have LA-based fans purring as she makes a special appearance the day before the LA Feline Film Festival at Adopt & Shop Culver City for a meet & greet. VIP ticket holders have the opportunity to meet and pet their favorite celebricat, published author, talk show host and movie star. Starting September 6th, VIP tickets will go on sale on www.AdoptandShop.org/lil-bub-ticket.html. The ticket price to meet and pet Lil Bub is $50. One photo with Lil Bub will be permitted with ticket purchase. The event is also the last chance for the general public to purchase tickets to the LA Feline Film Festival. The Festival, taking place September 21, is presented by planet-friendly pet products maker, Organikat, and the Walker Art Center, and is expected to draw in 10,000 cat fanatics and local residents to celebrate the web’s most-watched Internet cat videos. Adopt & Shop is the Principle sponsor of the LA Feline Film Festival.
Adopt & Shop Culver City
4235 Sepulveda Blvd.
Culver City, CA, 90230
MEDIA OP: Special photography opportunities with Lil Bub and fans.
HOW: 100% of proceeds will be donated to charity. 50% will be donated to NKLA, and 50% will be donated to Lil BUB's Big FUND at the ASPCA, which helps special needs shelter pets.
WHO: Lil Bub is a very special, one-of-a-kind cat and the host of this year’s LA Feline Film Festival. Discovered as the runt of a healthy feral litter in a tool shed in rural Indiana, she was taken in as a rescue when it was clear that she would require special care. Since then, Lil Bub has overcome great challenges, is a published author, a talk show host, a movie star, and has helped raise close to $200,000 for animals in need.
For more information, visit www.adoptandshop.org and www.lilbub.com.
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