Cat Care Society Santa Paws Festival 2015 Moves to Saturday & Sunday

Cat Care Society’s Annual Santa Paws Festival Returns the Weekend of December 5-6.

Lakewood, CO, November 08, 2015 --( The Cat Care Society (CCS), Lakewood’s cage-free shelter for homeless, abused and abandoned cats, will host its annual family-friendly bake sale and craft bazaar just in time for the holiday season. The announcement is made by Jane Dorsey, Cat Care Society Volunteer Coordinator, who says, "The Santa Paws Festival, one of Colorado’s most beloved feline fundraisers, will return for two days only this December: Saturday, Dec. 5, and Sunday, Dec. 6."

Featuring delicious baked goods, handcrafted items, cat toys and much more available for purchase at the CCS Meow Mart, all proceeds from the Santa Paws Festival benefit cats in need. In addition to scoring holiday treats and unique gifts for that special cat lady in their lives, festival-goers can enter a raffle for donated prizes from retailers such as Pandora, Woodhouse Day Spa, area restaurants and more. There will be “Spin The Wheel for Cat Prizes” with every Meow Mart purchase, plus photos with that jolly old elf himself, Santa Paws.

“The Santa Paws Festival is a treasured holiday tradition at our cat shelter,” explains Dorsey. “We’re proud to showcase the baking and crafting skills of our amazing volunteer corps, while welcoming the community into our facility to see the important work we’re doing to care for cats in need. Bringing the public into our shelter also helps to encourage cat and kitten adoptions into forever homes, which is our number-one goal at CCS.”

What: Cat Care Society Santa Paws Festival

When: Saturday and Sunday
December 5 & 6, 11 am – 4 pm

Bake sale, craft bazaar, photos with Santa Paws, Raffle, Spin The Wheel with a Meow Mart purchase, plus free refreshments and cat petting

Where: Cat Care Society
5787 W. 6th Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80214

The Cat Care Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for homeless, injured and abused cats in the Denver metropolitan area. In an effort to prevent animal neglect and abuse, CCS offers educational programs that promote responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of all animals; shelters cats in a healthy, cage-free environment; and works to find compatible families for every feline that comes into the shelter. The shelter provides a loving, temporary refuge for more than 50 cats at any given time, affordable veterinary services to the general public and a free food and litter bank for cat owners experiencing temporary financial challenges. For more information, please visit, follow us on Twitter at @CatCareSociety or like us on Facebook:
Cat Care Society
Maggie Holben
(303) 669-3558