Meow-meow - Festival of Cats in London

Do you already have plans for the summer? Cancel them faster, because the Cat Festival is more important! If you have not heard, the Glastonbury Festival will not be held in 2018. Of course, everyone is upset about this, but we found a suitable alternative. You will forget all the melodies when you come to the Cat Festival, which will be held in London in summer. CatFest is a holiday in honor of all the felines, and the stars of this show will be much cuter than the performers of Glastonbury.

The festival of cats will be held on July 14th, 2018, and the organizers plan to blow our mind. Within the event, everything that concerns cats will be presented. You can buy cat goodies and toys, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. Don`t you want to look into the beauty salon "Glamorous kitty", and then arrange shopping for yourself and for a pet? You will be offered accessories, trendy berets and fancy costumes - everything you need for Halloween-2018.

If you are hungry, we recommend you to try the street vegetarian cuisine (leave the cat food to our pets). Organizers promise delicious cakes and cocktails in a "fluffy" and "purr" style. The also will be cultural activities. You will get books and magazines, and also meet with authors of bestsellers. Of course, they are all about cats, so behave decently in line for an autograph. And those who want, can get a painting for home enjoyment, the author of which was inspired by fluffy creatures.

You probably think that there will be no living cats and you can not drink pills from allergy. But no, the guests of the festival are waiting for Meow Parlor, in which the most charming cats will climb, sit, play, but mostly, of course, sleep. They were all rescued when they were little kittens, and they are looking for a family. If you don`t start to ease up on cocktails and instead water to drink "Mancattan", then you are at risk of waking up in the morning with fluffy company. These cats are so cute that you can accidentally take one with you. Or a couple of them.

To not accidentally become a family for a dozen fluffy creatures, limit yourself to one or two glasses. And if you really want a cat, but you can not afford it yet, then just take a ball with you and come to play. Cats will be pleased with attention.

The platform for CatFest will be the Oval Space pavilion in Bethnal Green. The event will be held on July 14th, 2018. Part of the proceeds will go to the charity Feline Friends. Tickets are already on sale, and serious fight for them can unfold. If you want to stay safe, buy tickets in advance.

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