I finally got invited to a Fancy Feast event after my long social media campaign to get their attention. Thanks to Jeric, Maro, Maureen, and my other friends who helped me with the campaign. I don’t really know if the social media campaign worked because my sister got invited too and she didn’t do anything. Anyway, I’m just happy that I got invited to the Fancy Feast Cat Crafternoon this time!

Boris in his stroller
Boris in his stroller

I decided to bring Boris, my 2-year old American Shorthair, because he’s the friendliest and most well-behaved among my cats. I wanted to bring Caramel too but he is scared of strangers.

Boris and I immediately explored our surroundings when we got there. I love the table design and the Fancy Feast treat for the kitties.

With Bambi
With Bambi
Treats for humans
Treats for humans
Treat for kittehs
Treat for kittehs

Boris, being the good and curious cat he is, was happy exploring the place. He got to meet so many other cats and their humans.

FullSizeRender-1FullSizeRender-2IMG_0800The first activity that afternoon was craft making. Those who had tom cats were taught how to make bow ties, for girl cat owners, they were taught how to make rosettes. Unfortunately, the bow tie I made for Boris didn’t turn out well. I’ll sew one for him next time instead of using glue.

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My sad bow tie
My sad bow tie

After the craft part of the afternoon, Doctor Raffy of Mount Sinai Animal Clinic gave a talk on basic cat healthcare and management.

Doc Raffy during his talk
Doc Raffy during his talk

Kitties and fur parents were given treats when the event ended. We felt like lotto winners!

Cute eco bags
Cute eco bags
Fancy Feast in fancy boxes
Fancy Feast in fancy boxes

Boris and I really enjoyed our time there. Boris got tired and fell asleep in the middle of it but he made a lot of new friends that day.

Thank you for inviting us, Fancy Feast! Please invite us again!

#FancyFeastInviteUsPlease
#FancyFeastInviteUsPlease

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