Feline-Inspired Interactive Gallery Is Popping Up In NYC

Angela Vuckovic
by Angela Vuckovic
Crazy cat people, rejoice! Anyone who loves jellybean toes, tickling whiskers and fluffy bellies is in for a treat, all thanks to a pop-up event that will last for five days only.

All kitties are a work of art. I mean, they were literally worshiped as gods at one time in history, so taking over the internet is just another day in the life of felines. Well, since pyramids are not that trendy anymore, we show our admiration and appreciation for cats of the world with Instagram photos and personal kitty profiles. Seriously- there are more than 297 million cat-related posts on this social media platform. (Take that, doggos!)

So, it doesn’t come as a surprise that one of the most exciting events for feline lovers around the country is themed on two things that go hand in hand these days: kitties and Instagram. The Cats on Glass Gallery, presented by Fresh Step Clean Paws, is an interactive exhibition that will wow all cat enthusiasts, especially if they’re obsessed with taking photos of their cats. While the primary purpose of this 5-day feline-fun bonanza is to promote a new brand of kitty litter, the event will also help homeless kitties find homes and donate to rescue organizations that take them in.

The Instagram-friendly rooms include a “larger-than-life cat display,” a yarn pom-pom room, a Zen meditation room to kick back with purring sounds, and the crown jewel of the exhibit: glass-floored catwalk, featuring adoptable kitties strutting their stuff.

Visitors are encouraged to snap photos and share them as Instagram posts and stories, as each of these actions will trigger a donation to shelter cats at the Humane Society of New York. How amazing is that?

And, to top off all this purrfection, the event kicks off with a VIP party that will feature any crazy cat ladies’ favorite influencers: “Kitten Lady” Hannah Shaw, BriAnne Wills of @GirlsAndTheirCats and the celebrity kitty Nala Cat.

Of course, since the entrance to the pop-up exhibit is free, the place will undoubtedly get crowded in no time. So, if you’re an NYC kitty-lover, make sure to RSVP on this link!

Angela Vuckovic
Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.

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