Karaoke For Kitties – SATURDAY!!

With Kitten Season in full swing and Carol’s Ferals having now 25 four month old kittens in the pipe ready for adoption in another 30 days, nothing could be more fun than gathering with all our friends and belting out some tunes at our first ever (gonna be ANNUAL) Karaoke for Kitties Fundraising Event!

Swamped with people bring cats for spay/neuter, folks needing help with their outdoor dwelling cats, and coming off the heels of a very successful Pet Expo, I need to let my hair down.  And that I will do this Saturday Night!  We all know the big question on everyone’s mind……WHAT COLOR WILL IT BE?

Please join me and my amazing cat loving friends for an evening of fabulous entertainment as some of the area’s hottest celebs sing for the kittie’s supper.

I’m not much of a singer, but I’m going to let it shine on Saturday.  Earplugs optional.

Best of all, it’s hosted by that CRAZY-MAN, Rev. Charles Preston Smith!  What’s not to love about THAT!




Here are details on FB.  Please invite all your friends and post to your wall.


For those of you not on FB, here is the giz:

Karaoke for Kitties
A benefit for Carol’s Ferals

Entrance and Bowling fee $8
Pay to sing and win prizes! Pay extra to jump to the front of the line.
Duet with members of our celebrity panel or make a celebrity sing the song of your choice.

Emcee and Karaoke host: Rev Charles Preston Smith

Celebrity panel: Gerry Barnaby, Tommy Allen, Delilah DeWylde, Mark Rumsey, Kevin Murphy, and Executive Director of Carol’s Ferals, Carol Manos herself.

Saturday, May 1st   –  8pm

The Clique Bowling Lanes
533 Stocking NW
Grand Rapids, MI 40504

Even if you don’t like karaoke, I promise this will be fun! Hosted by Rev Charles Preston Smith, you can pay just $5 to embarrass local celebrities or sing yourself – everyone who sings gets a prize!

Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Carol’s Ferals aims to assist outdoor dwelling cat caregivers with TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) services. Cats are accepted three nights weekly and are spayed/neutered, treated for fleas and parasites and vaccinated or tested for infectious feline diseases as needed or desired. Sick or injured cats are treated and returned when in the best interest of the cat and cat population. Carol’s Ferals advises cat fostering and adoption and does limited adoption of friendly cats and kittens.

Carol’s Ferals is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit.

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