Felines take over City Hall for Minneapolis Kitty
Hall June 27
June 21, 2017 (MINNEAPOLIS) Kittens and cats from Minneapolis Animal Care and Control will litter-ally take over City Hall from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 27 for Minneapolis Kitty Hall. All of the cats and kittens will be available fur adoption.
Kitty Hall, held in the City Hall Rotunda, 350 S. Fifth St., features 18 pawsitively adorable, cuddly kittens. Six ambitious adult cats will run for elected pawsitions: three cat-idates for Kitty of Minneapolis meow-or, and three cat-idates for Kitty Council president. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges will present the election winners at the event.
“Kitty Hall is a perfect opportunity to talk about the awesome work Minneapolis Animal Care and Control does every day,” said Mayor Betsy Hodges. “I look forward to welcoming families from throughout the city for this event and I look forward to seeing many of them take home one of the adorable kittens that will be up for adoption. It will be a fun day.”
Vote fur your favorite cat-idate online or in-purrson at the event. Each cat-idate’s purr-litical platforms are available on the City’s website.
Attendees of Kitty Hall will be able to pounce on the op-purr-tunity to adopt any of the cats and kittens featured. And, most importantly, take pictures with these adorable felines and make all their Instagram followers jealous (using #kittyhallmpls).
All cats and kittens featured are available for adoption. Those who adopt a cat or kitten can pick them up at the end of the event or at Minneapolis Animal Care and Control, 212 17th Ave. N., Minneapolis by close of business Wednesday, June 28.
Kitty Hall is an effort to increase pet adoptions and pet licensing, and to highlight the work and services offered by Minneapolis Animal Care and Control.
Purr more infurmation on Kitty Hall, the cat-idates and to vote in the Kitty Hall election, visit http://www.minneapolismn.gov/kittyhall.