celebration and fundraiser for two of the Lehigh Valley’s hardest
working small cat rescue nonprofits will return to Purr Haus in Emmaus on the weekend of June 3-4.
From 2pm til 5pm on Saturday, June 3 and 11am til 2pm on June 4,
volunteers from Aunt Helen’s Cats in Need of Hellertown and Crazy CatChicks Rescue from Kunkletown will be on hand to introduce visitorsto adoptable kittens and share information about cat rescue. Therewill be a basket raffle and Purr Haus will provide complimentaryrefreshments and donate a portion of sales during the event.
Attendees can win a door prize by bringing a donation of kitten food,
litter, KMR or other items. A full list of requested items can be
found on Purr Haus’ Facebook page.
The event coincides with “kitten season,” the time of year when feral
and stray cats are most likely to give birth. Many kittens fall prey
to predators, parasites and car accidents and die before reaching six
months of age.
“Kittens born outside suffer,” said Purr Haus owner Laurie Mason
Schroeder. “We need to support cat rescue volunteers who care for
homeless kittens and work to decrease the feral cat population in the Lehigh Valley.”
For more information contact Laurie at 484-619-0350
Purr Haus, located at 27 S. 7th Street in Emmaus is Lehigh Valley’s
only cat-themed boutique, offering “The Best Stuff for Cats and The
People Who Love Them.” We carry a carefully curated stock of products
emphasizing brands that promote cat health and give back to the cat
Information provided to TVL by:
Assistant Manager, Affiliated Chambers
(EPCC, WLCC, SLCC & EMSP)