Singapore is known for a number of great causes as well as community-based island-wide events, and if you’ve been here, you’d know that people do really come out to support such great causes.
And why not? These people get to enjoy doing the things they love and at the same time, other members of the community also pour in their support by putting up merchandises and some event giving out freebies to participants of these events.
Cat Lovers & Furry Friends to Gather at the 2nd Singapore Cat Festival
This time around, our furry friends get to take the spotlight as the Singapore Cat Festival returns this July 27 and 28 for the 2nd edition of the much-awaited pet event of the year, as shared in a report by Mothership.
Here’s a little bit of what to look forward to at the event:
Of note, the festival will feature educational talks, workshops, sharing sessions, and a variety of local and international vendors selling cat-related products.
There will also be a cat adoption drive, which also lets interested guests to bring a pet home after a full day of informative activities and sessions, which are aimed to promote responsible pet ownership.
What’s also exciting is that lots of cat owners will also be able to bring down their furry babies to the festival, but they will have to be contained in secure transport crates or carriers.
Video: Here’s What Happened at the 2018 Singapore Cat Festival
Last year, there were lots of fun, exciting and interactive activities from live demonstrations to mini workshops on how to better take care and understand your cats, cat owners and interested guests had so many take-aways after the said event. If that’s any indication of what we’d get to experience this year, you can check out a short recap video posted by the SG Cat Festival Facebook Page below:
What: 2nd Singapore Cat Festival
When: July 27 & 28, 2019
Where: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994 (Great World City Lvl 1 Atrium and Office Lobby)
Event Times: 11am-9pm
Admission is free and you may bring your pet cats along, but be sure to comply with the requirements for bringing pets on site, as mentioned earlier.