Hold your horses; it’s almost time for the reign of cats and dogs! It’s just one week until Bicentennial Park on the Glebe Foreshore where we will play host to our canine friends and the feline superstars of the internet.
Next Saturday, 4 October, the park will host Rescue Me — a mass dog rehoming and pet rescue information day. Working together with other animal welfare and rescue groups from across the state, RSPCA NSW’s main objective is to rehome as many dogs as possible.
Bicentennial Park is a dog friendly area, so four-legged friends are welcome (on lead) to meet any potential dog buddies. There will be plenty of staff and volunteers on hand to help find your perfect pet match.
Sunday evening, 5 October, is for the rulers of the cat world with the International Cat Film Furstival. Picnic blankets and hampers are set to coat the lawns in front of the silver screen, as the world’s most loved felines strut their stuff. Be prepared for Maru, OMG Cat and many more. Dogs may rule the streets, but cyberspace belongs to the cats. Meee-yow.
No matter whom you believe reigns supreme, pay homage to your monarch during RSPCA NSW’s Reigning Cats and Dogs weekend.
What: Reigning Cats and Dogs, Rescue Me and the International Cat Film Furstival
Where: Bicentennial Park, Glebe Foreshore, Sydney
When: Saturday 4 October: Rescue Me, 10am to 2pm
Sunday 5 October: International Cat Film Furstival, 6pm to 10pm
For details on both events head to http://rspcansw.org/CatDogFurstival