A fundraising cabaret event with proceeds going to ACR— One night only!

Anjellicle Cats Rescue (ACR), a no kill cat rescue and adoption organization, presents “Catberet” a special fundraising cabaret show to be held September 13, at 7 p.m. at the Laurie Beechman Theater, 407 West 42nd Street, Manhattan.

Ninety percent of ticket sales will go directly back to ACR and its efforts in rescuing New York City ’s many homeless and abandoned cats and kittens.

The Cabaret will provide entertainment that celebrates the feline qualities of life and feature some of ACR’s adoptable cats as represented by the performers. Performances will encompass singing comedy acts, and monologues. Tickets are $20 and there is a $15 food/drink minimum. The food/drink minimum covers the cost of the theater. Reservations are recommended by calling 212-695-6909.

About Anjellicle Cats Rescue
Anjellicle Cats Rescue is a no-kill, all-volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, and a member of the Mayor's Alliance and a New Hope Partner with the New York City Animal Care & Control (ACC). The organization was founded 15 years ago by Kathryn Willis and is headquartered in Hell’s Kitchen in the Spoiled Brats Pet Food & Supplies. Anjellicle Cats Rescue works closely with the ACC to pull out the cats that are in danger of being euthanized. Each rescued feline receives medical attention, and is placed in a foster home until a permanent home is found for the animal. For more information on Anjellicle Cats Rescue, visit

Anjellicle Cats Rescue Mission Statement
Anjellicle Cats Rescue (ACR) is a 501(c)(3) volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and adopting out New York City’s homeless cats and kittens, with a focus on local shelter animals in immediate danger of being euthanized. Through a coalition of volunteer advocates and foster caregivers, ACR extends a last minute lifeline of time, attention and care needed to ultimately place these abandoned animals into permanent, loving homes. We believe that no animal should be ill-treated and strive toward a day when
awareness, education and compassion have served to permanently replace euthanasia as a solution to companion animal overpopulation.

source: press release


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