Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp Goes Virtual

Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp Goes Virtual

Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp Goes Virtual

Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp, the acclaimed event for cat lovers of all stripes, is shifting this year's event to online due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will stream live through CatCamp.com on September 26.

Cat-Advocacy Event Goes Virtual Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Hosted by co-founders Jackson Galaxy, renowned cat behavior and wellness expert and host of Animal Planet's "My Cat From Hell," and Christina Ha, co-owner of NYC's first Cat Café, Meow Parlour, and president of its affiliated nonprofit adoption group, Meow Parlour, Cat Camp is a celebration of all things feline.

This year will feature speakers from the feline world, including Galaxy himself and Hannah Shaw (aka Kitten Lady), who will participate in an "Ask Me Anything" for fans.

Other speakers will discuss advocating for community cats, how to be allied with Black communities, and optimum behavioral and physical wellness in cats.

The feline-focused festival started in 2017 and has celebrated three successful years in New York City, attracting campers from 31 states and eight countries, and expanded to Las Vegas in 2019.

Cat Camp is sponsored by the Petco Foundation, a valued longtime partner of Meow Parlour and Jackson Galaxy, dedicated to creating a lifesaving nation.

For additional information and to register for the event, visit CatCamp.com.

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