Waterloo Alley Cat Benefit
with Little Bighorn / Jimmy Ohio & The Ultimate Lovers / Infero, Hosted by The Ghoul, DJ Jake Kelly spins
Friday, Feb 15, 2013 7:00 PM EST
(7:00 PM Doors)
Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH
Waterloo Alley Cat Project is hosting its 4th Annual FUNdraiserThe night will begin at 7 p.m with a basket raffle and silent auction, emceed by the legendary TV personality The Ghoul and DJing by artist Jake Kelly. Over 30 fabulous items have been donated by local artists, businesses and individuals. Local restaurants will also be donating appetizers. Following the raffle and auction, three bands will perform: Inferno (Cleveland), Jimmy Ohio (Detroit), Little Bighorn (Cleveland). This major event determines how much the project can do for the rest of the year to help the neighborhood stray cats. 100% of the money raised goes to the care of Waterloo cats. Admission is $5 or $3 if you bring cat food (canned or dry). Tax deductible donations can also be made to: Northeast Shores Development Corporation, P.O. Box 19246, Cleveland 44119 and mark in the memo Waterloo Alley Cat Project. The Waterloo Alley Cat Project is the North Collinwood neighborhood volunteer organization in Cleveland that has implemented the trap-neuter/spay-return method to reduce the number of cats and kittens roaming the streets around the burgeoning Waterloo Road arts and business district. Since its inception in November 2009, the Project has spayed and neutered over 200 cats and has garnered the support of municipal officials, residents and local businesses. February is World Spay Month; an annual campaign of The U.S. Humane Society that shines a spotlight on spay/neuter. World Spay Month provides a unique opportunity for everyone who cares about animals to get together toward a common goal — to end the euthanasia and suffering of companion and homeless animals.