LA Feline Film Festival: Cat Videos, Celebrity Cats, and More

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Admit it: you love watching cat videos. They’re always good for an instant “awww” or a laugh, and they just make you feel good. If you think watching cat videos on your computer is fun, just think how much more fun you could have if you were to watch them on a big screen, with thousands of fellow cat lovers?

Internet cat video festivals have made this possible, and the Los Angeles Feline Film Festival is your next opportunity to attend one of these super fun gatherings. The festival kicks off on September 21, 2014. It will feature real cats, cat videos, exhibitors, and more.

You’ll even get to meet some famous cats: Lil BUB and her “Dude,” Mike Bridavsky, will answer audience questions. Tara the Hero Cat will also be at the festival.

There will be musical performances throughout the afternoon to keep you entertained prior to the beginning of the video portion of the festival.

But wait, there’s more! The festival will also feature a crazy cat costume contest, food trucks, a beer tent, vendors, and cat adoptions from local rescue groups. Attendees are encouraged to come wearing their favorite feline attire. Guests are welcome to bring their cats if they are comfortable with crowds and on a leash or in a carrier.

Sponsored by Organikat and the Walker Art Center, this event is sure to be a day of fun and excitement for cat lovers.

For more information, and to purchase your tickets, please visit LAFelineFilmFestival.com. A portion of the proceeds will be given to local cat sanctuaries and rescue organizations.

About Organikat:

Organikat is a line of planet-friendly über-green items for pets including organic catnip items and eco-cat scratchers. Driven by a founding mission to provide only the best green products for animals, Organikat products are produced in a way that minimizes the impact on the environment, while providing the highest-quality of sustainable products to customers and their cherished pets. Additionally, all Organikat products are made in the USA. Committed to supporting healthy animals everywhere, five percent of Organikat’s after-tax profits are donated to pet adoption services, spaying/neutering efforts, and no-kill animal shelters. To learn more, visit http://www.organikat.com.

About the Walker Art Center:

The Internet Cat Video Festival is a project of the Walker Art Center, a nonprofit contemporary art center in Minneapolis, MN. The world’s first-ever Internet Cat Video Festival was conceived at the Walker in 2012 as a modest celebration to bring online communities together in the real world. Catvidfest became its own viral phenomenon, drawing more than 10,000 fans to the Walker’s Open Field green space and winning the attention of local, national, and international audiences and media. More than a collection of cute cat videos, Catvidfest is an embrace of an internet phenomena and experiment in transforming a solitary online viewing experience into a real world social event.

FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, which means that I was paid to feature this content. Regardless of payment received, you will only see topics on this site that I believe are of interest to my readers.

3 Comments on LA Feline Film Festival: Cat Videos, Celebrity Cats, and More

  1. NB
    September 4, 2014 at 4:30 am (5 years ago)

    In May of this year, our cat rescue attended the OakCatVidFest in Oakland. The first part allowed rescues to show cats up for adoption, then when it got dark, they showed cat videos on the wall. It was so much fun, some people dressed up with cats, and several famous cats from Facebook showed up, raising donations for the East Bay SPCA.

    One of our cats was adopted to a nice couple who attended!

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  2. Summer
    September 4, 2014 at 2:22 am (5 years ago)

    My human says that if she thinks I am up for it, I can go with her for a little while during the day!

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    • Ingrid
      September 4, 2014 at 6:14 am (5 years ago)

      I can’t wait to read your report, Summer!

      Reply

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