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Friday, August 1, 2014

First Caturday: Chill With Your Feline in Dolores Park This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 9:10 AM

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Your cat can haz fun in the sun at what is expected to be a massive meeting of felines and their human counterparts at Dolores Park this Saturday.  

Now we could be wrong, but it appears that this is the first time San Franciscans have organized such a cat convergence, better known as First Caturday. Needless to say, if you have cat allergies, this might be a good day to visit those friends you've been meaning to see in the far East Bay.

First Caturday starts at 2 p.m. sharp, and for the following three hours, cats will have free reign of the park — dogs, you've been warned. Owners are advised to make sure their felines are leashed and claws are cut, for obvious reasons.  

The event is being officially sponsored by Dolores Park, and here's what they have to say about it via Facebook:
this is your chance to be part of what may eventually become the largest cat gathering in modern history.

also, our cats will be able to meet and greet and mastermind even more sophisticated uses of our time.
We hope the kitties get along with all the dogs, children and local weirdos. As of this morning, 633 cats RSVPd "yes" to the event. 
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