May 11, 2018 (Raleigh, NC) – Due to scheduling conflicts, Trig Modern, Baum Shelter, and SAFE Haven for Cats have postponed The Cat’s Meow charity auction and party to Thursday, June 7th. The event will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. at Trig Modern, 1053 East Whitaker Mill Road, Raleigh, NC.
Featuring entertaining auctioneer Ben Farrell, The Cat’s Meow is an annual auction of cool, modern, indoor “houses” for cats created by architects, artisans, interior designers, and other professionals. All proceeds go to SAFE Haven for Cats, a non-profit, no-kill shelter and low-cost clinic in Raleigh dedicated to caring for and finding homes for thousands of homeless cats and kittens, many of which have been abandoned and need veterinary help as well as permanent homes.
Hosts for The Cat’s Meow are Bob Drake, owner of Trig Modern furniture showroom and design center, Ann Marie Baum of Baum Shelter, a new interior design firm in Raleigh, and Pam Miller, founder, president, and CEO of SAFE Haven for Cats.
Completed cat houses should now be delivered to Trig Modern by June 6th. Anyone interested in designing a cat house, donating another item for auction, or providing in-kind donations should contact Ann Marie Baum as soon as possible either by phone (919.971.5450) or email: email@example.com.
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About SAFE Haven for Cats:
SAFE Haven’s mission is to ensure the well-being of every cat through adoption, affordable spay/neuter services, community outreach and adherence to no-kill principles. The shelter receives no government funds and relies solely on private donations for 84 percent of its budget.
Visit safehavenforcats.org for more information.
- Click here for more details on The Cat’s Meow, including Rules & Regulations
- Click here to see Dwell Magazine’s coverage of the 2017 cat houses.