Catfest London

Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval

Catfest London
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Event location:
Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval E2 9DY
When:Event passed!
It was on
Sat 14th Jul 2018

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Where:Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval E2 9DT
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:Saturday 11am-6pm
Admission:£15 early-bird tickets until 1 December | £8 under-12s
£20 tickets after 1 December 2017 | £10 under-12s

About the event

A celebration of all things feline, CatFest makes its debut in London, showcasing buzz-worthy products for cats and cat people, along with books, art, veggie street food, kitty-themed cakes and cocktails while helping cats in need.
Meet and fall in love with adoptable rescue cats and connect with feline experts and other cat lovers.

See cat videos and films, get glammed up at the Glamour Puss beauty bar, listen to inspiring talks from bestselling authors Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson (The Nine Emotional Lives of Cats) Gwen Cooper (Homer’s Odyssey) and much more. Plus great music, contests, and competitions will make CatFest one of the most exciting summer festivals.

A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit a local London rescue charity.

Official Link: http://www.catfestlondon.com




The Latest User Reviews of Catfest London


User Rating: 1 / 10
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Beverley Poynter, London
Added: Jul 2018
The only way to improve this event in the future is to stop the whole thing from re-occurring! I witnessed cats in distress in a crowded hall, some sat for hours under loud speakers. People dragging their cats out of carriers to be petted / photographed yet again. Cats with no water, cats with no litter trays, cats shaking and hyperventilating with trauma.

Apart from the cruelty I witnessed (worse that an animal circus) this was nothing but a market in a scruffy hall, that you had to pay £20 or more to enter. There were hours of queues leading to nothing other than selling stalls and cruel displays. The more ethical stands there were also complaining.

It was a shambles!

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