Charity Mews: Cat lovers’ Summer Evening Cruise on the Thames aboard the magnificent Lady Daphne

Hi everyone,

Please find below details of a fantastic cat charity event hosted here in London on the 30th of July.

Spaces are limited so hurry if you’d like to be part of this and best of all you’ll get to meet part of the Katzenworld team. 😉

Of course for those that can’t make it due to distance – don’t worry as we will be putting up loads of photos of the event afterwards. 😀

Thanks,

Marc

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International Cat Care and Cat Care London
are delighted to invite you for an unforgettable evening
on the Thames barge the Lady Daphne
Leaving from London City Pier on Thursday 30th July, 17.45–21.00hrs

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Come and join us for an exclusive cat lovers’ summer evening cruise on the Thames on the magnificent Lady Daphne (the boat pictured above) in support of the cat charity International Cat Care.

Leaving London City Pier, we will head downriver and under Tower Bridge which will open exclusively for us! On board will be a wine and canapé reception and we will be joined by best selling international author and cat behaviour expert Vicky Halls, who will talk about her new book ‘The Bluffers Guide to Cats’ – a fun guide to understanding your cat. You will also have the chance to put your own cat behaviour questions to Vicky. International Cat Care supporter Agria Pet Insurance will also be aboard to answer any pet insurance queries you may have. We will return to London City Pier at 21.00hrs.

This is an exclusive event with just 35 places available. If you would like to experience a magical evening surrounded by fellow cat enthusiasts, a world famous author and have the iconic Tower Bridge open just for you, then please book your place as soon as possible, with all RSVPs needed by Friday 17th July.

rsvp-buttonPrice: £75.00 per person
Enquiries:

Shelley Gregory-Jones
shelley@icatcare.org

We regret that the Lady Daphne is not suitable for guests with mobility problems.

International Cat Care
International Cat Care works to create a world in which ‘all cats, owned and unowned, are treated with care, compassion and understanding’.
Founded in 1958, we are a respected authority on feline health and best practice, working with owners, vets and other professionals around the world.
Registered Charity – 1117342
www.icatcare.org
info@icatcare.org
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Cat Care London is a Cat Sitter Service that started in Islington and takes pride in offering the very best in professional & reliable holistic cat care with an emphasis on, pamper, play and TLC.
www.catcarelondon.com
info@catcarelondon.com 
About S.B. Lady Daphne
Lady-Daphne2S. B. Lady Daphne is one of the most famous of London’s classic wooden vessels still sailing. 91 feet long (28 meters), 21 feet wide (6.5 metres), built in 1923 at a gross tonnage of 117 tonnes, able to transport 220 tonnes of cargo, Lady Daphne was one of the many thousand Thames sailing barges built for the English coastal trade from the 18th century until the middle of the 20th century.
125-year-logo-weblogo-le-petit-chat-copy 2This event is supported by Agria Pet Insurance with wine kindly supplied by Le Petit Chat.
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18 thoughts on “Charity Mews: Cat lovers’ Summer Evening Cruise on the Thames aboard the magnificent Lady Daphne

  1. Wish I could be there. This looks like a 5-star event for charity. The photos in this blog post are outstanding and again, what a wonderful event! I wish I could “save the date”! Enjoy it!

  2. Noooooooo! I love wooden vessels (and London, of course) <3
    And I can't be there: I'm sad 🙁
    Lots of shots and a reportage, that's what we all want from you 😀
    Ciao
    Sid

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