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Monday, July 29, 2019

Famous Internet Cat Lil BUB Comes Back to Cleveland This October

Posted By on Mon, Jul 29, 2019 at 11:49 AM

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One of the most famous cats on the planet is coming to Cleveland again this fall, and feline fans have the chance to meet her.

The non-profit Tails From the City is hosting a benefit brunch event, inviting internet sensation Lil BUB and her human Mike Bridavsky back to town on Oct. 19.



A select group of VIPs (just 100 people) can meet and greet the floppy-tongued cat while munching on bagel sandwiches and drinking mimosas. Then 200 more people will be allowed into the event for a presentation called The Story of Lil BUB, which includes photos, videos and a Q&A session.

Tails From The City finds forever homes for more than 500 rescued kitties per year in Northeast Ohio. Proceeds from the event go directly to their cause.

The event takes place at West Shore UU Church in Rocky River, and fans can buy tickets, which run from $20-$125, at EventBrite.com.

Find out more about the event right here.

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