Tree House's Black Cat Ball TONIGHT!

Tree House's Black Cat Ball TONIGHT!
Photo courtesy Tree House Humane Society
Yeah, it's snowing. Take a break from watching all the fluffy flakes fall and get all gussied up for a good cause. Tonight is Tree House Humane Society's annual BLACK CAT BALL!  
Join hundreds of other animal lovers for a night of fun and merriment, all to benefit the animals.
WHAT –            5th Annual Black Cat Ball 
benefitting the Tree House Humane Society
WHEN –            Saturday, November 21, 2015
from 7 to 10 p.m. 
WHERE –          Redmoon Spectacle Hall
located at 2120 S. Jefferson Street / Chicago 
ATTIRE –  Cocktail attire preferred
TICKETS –        Start at $150 (purchase here)*

Guests can enjoy a bevy of complimentary food and cocktails, a silent auction, and several live performances. 

VIP ticket holders are invited to join an exclusive, pre-reception cocktail hour and receive "first viewing" of the silent auction. During the event, they'll have access to a private lounge stocked with fine foods and desserts reserved just for VIP guests. The VIP lounge will also include a special dramatic performance! 
*All guests must be 21 or older. No tickets will be sold at the door. 

Photo courtesy Tree House Humane Society

Photo courtesy Tree House Humane Society

Last year, the Black Cat Ball raised over $120,000! “It’s events like this that allow us to continue our life-saving work as a no-kill shelter,” comments Tree House Executive Director, David de Funiak. “They’re especially important to raising awareness and funds when over 3 million animals a year are euthanized in the U.S.”

Join the Black Cat Ball festivities to support Tree House Humane Society’s progressive work that has rehabilitated and rehomed over 20,000 sick, injured, abused, and neglected stray cats and provided more than 30,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for local dogs and cats to-date.
 
ABOUT TREE HOUSE HUMANE SOCIETY 
Founded in 1971 as one of the nation’s first no-kill shelters, Tree House Humane Society specializes in the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured, abused, and neglected stray cats. Over the years, as found homes for more than 20,000 animals and has provided more than 30,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter packages. Their community programs and service benefiting dogs and cats, including the Community Cats TNR, Animals Assisted Therapy and Pet Food Pantry programs, have helped countless additional animals. Tree House continues to make progress toward their goals of creating a no-kill Chicago and leading the way to a no-kill nation. www.TreeHouseAnimals.org

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