The Cary Theater is Hosting a 73-Minute Cat Video Compilation – Here’s What to Know

Cat lovers, rejoice!

Cat lovers, rejoice! This Friday and Sunday at 2:00 PM, The Cary Theater is hosting a 73-minute compilation of various cat videos – all for a good cause. The film is called CatVideoFest.

10% of ticket sales will be donated to The Goathouse Refuge, a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill cat shelter that provides cage-free care for cats of all ages and health conditions. The shelter is located in Pittsfield, NC.

The film will feature publically-submitted content, music videos, animations, and more videos centered around the felines. CatVideoFest is shown in theaters all around the country (and even outside of it), though they partner with different organizations depending on the theater’s location. Due to its proximity to Cary and aligning values, The Goathouse Refuge was chosen for the Cary location.

The tickets are very affordable as well. Adults can expect to pay $5.59 per ticket, $3.73 for seniors, students, and children, and $2.80 for Town of Cary employees and CFC members (before handling fees).

You can purchase your tickets here and read more information about the film here.

Whether you have a strong passion for cats or are just looking for a unique cheap date this weekend, CatVideoFest might be for you.

The Cary Theater is located at 122 E Chatham St. There is limited parking available next to the theater, but a larger public parking lot is located behind the Methodist church off of Waldo Street (which you can access from Academy Street). The lot is about a 2-minute walk from the theater and completely free to use.

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