is a touring two-hour feline high-definition film event featuring "exclusive" cat footage not previously uploaded online.
Tickets will be about , with some proceeds going to Panthera, Houston no-kill animal shelter Friends 4 Life and a local animal organization in each city. The company is known for producing live events, typically musical acts.
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Do give yourself a Friday afternoon break and take a mental vacation to Ainoshima.
We’ll report back if Ed Sheeran hears the island’s call and makes a quick stop during his Japan tour in October.
I can’t say I’m one of the 2.2 billion people who have watched the original music video, but I’m gonna go out on a limb and say this one featuring beautifully shot footage of stray cats playfully frolicking on the island’s mountains is probably better.
It doesn’t really make too much sense context-wise, but it did get tech editor Natt Garun to admit it was “the first time someone got [her] to listen to this song to its entirety.” So that’s something.
Cat Con LA in Los Angeles drew 15,000 people last year.
Grumpy Cat earned a sponsorship from Friskies, not to mention her own merchandise and Lifetime movie "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever." Lil Bub has her own documentary, an Animal Planet special as well as a book.
"It's not a passing fad," said tour co-producer and filmmaker Eric Dorris.