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Sunday Zevomas Celebration....

Join us today in Central Park for an Eco-friendly Zevomas celebration. Festivities include earth friendly products, arts, organic food booths and a solar powered nip-tini fountain.

Special guest Al Gore will be give an informal talk at 3:00 pm.

The Zevomas concert will begin at 6:00 pm with Bono, Jimmy Buffett and The Eagles to sing our favorite tunes. Parrothead attire is appreciated but not mandatory.

Tomorrow's biodegradable ticker tape parade honoring Zevo on her birthday begins at noon following the traditional Macy's Day parade route.

Zevo's birthday party will be held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Formal attire is requested. Tiaras and top hats.
All pooses who need something to wear please report to Donatella Versace for something to borrow.

Cats, Mu Shue and Lilly Lu’s home burned down yesterday. We are not sure if they escaped the fire. An auction site has been created thanks to several of the cat bloggers to help Mom Laura. You can find it here. We will try and keep running tabs on auction and efforts to help her get back on her feet.

We will be posting earrings to auction off for this cause probably on Tuesday. Please keep these pooses in your purrs and thoughts and pray for a miracle.


Cheysuli and gemini said...

Oh my what a great celebration. I think I shall leave my human to her non parties and come here for some good parties!

Al and I have so much to talk about what I need to do for the environment you know.

Anonymous said...

Mom loves Jimmy Buffett. We do not have any formal attire. Is it OK if we just peek in anyway?

meemsnyc said...

Sounds like a great party!

Daisy said...

Hmmm, formal attire. I think this calls for my hot pink boa. AND my pearls.

Karen Jo said...

Yay! What a great party! I'm going to have a really big niptini to celebrate Mu Shue, Lilly Lu and Iris being found and now being back with Mom Laura. Then I'll have another one to celebrate Zevo's birthday.

Radcliff, Allie, Luna, & Ozzie said...

One thing on that schedule surprised us. We did not think three hours would be enough time for Al Gore to finish his speech.

Ah, well. We missed it anyway.