PALMER TWP., Pa. - If you're looking for the purr-fect thing to do this weekend, look no further.
On Saturday and Sunday, you can check out some fancy felines at the Christmas City Cat Club's 29th annual All breed and Household Pet Cat Show.
It'll be at the Chrin Community Center at 4100 Green Pond Road in Palmer Township, Northampton County.
More than 150 cats representing over 50 breeds will be there.
The International Cat Association (TICA) is sanctioning the cat show and cats will be competing for Regional and International awards. Purebreds will be there, along with beautiful household pets!
There will also be tons of vendors selling cat items like food, treats, toys and more. Shelters will also be on hand with cats available for adoption.
The show runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.
Admission is $6 for adults, and $5 for seniors and children.
You can receive a $1 discount if you bring a can of cat food to donate to a local shelter.
No need to buy tickets in advance, just pay at the door. Only cash is accepted.
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