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A Night at the Movies, in aid of Community Cats Network

Movie Junction poster 2014

Looking for something to do during the mid-term break? How about bringing your kids for a fun night at Movie Junction Drive In Cinema?
On the 1st of November, Movie Junction is organising a charity event in aid of Community Cats Network in order to raise awareness and funds for cat welfare.

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Alaska at Movie Junction

Movie Junction will donate €4.00 to the charity from every ticket sold for the show, “Alexander & The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” at 6:45pm and “The Book of Life” at 6.30pm.

Charity tickets are also available at €25 per ticket, with €15.00 going direct to the charity and €10.00 covering the cost of the movie.  To get a charity ticket and help us to raise some much needed funds, please book online!

We will also have some face-painting and other surprises for you and your kids! Come early on the night and pop in to say hello!

Every kid dressed up will get a free treat.  Kids bringing a photo or drawing of their cat will also get a treat!

Get your charity tickets online:
“Alexander & The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”: click here.
“The Book of Life”: click here.

“Bring your Pets to the Movies,” Irish Examiner, 21/10/14

Read article online here.

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“Pawsitive drive to raise funds for animal rescue,” Cork Independent, 23/10/14

23/10/14 Cork Independent

23/10/14 Cork Independent

The Cape Clear Cats make the news…

Reporter Louise Roseingrave wrote a feature on the Cape Clear project, which appeared on the Irish Examiner on the 19th of February.  It came in timely as we were just back from another trapping trip on the island. 

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For those of you who may have missed it, you can read the article online here.

To read our posts on the Cape Clear Project, please follow this link.

Please, consider supporting this project by donating here.  Every little helps and we, and the cats, would be much grateful for whatever small amount you could give to have the Cape Clear cats neutered.