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Ten Lives Club, Ink Inc. collaborate on 'Tats For Cats' tattoo fundraiser

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Mon, Mar 27th 2017 11:10 am

Ten Lives Club Cat Adoption Group and Ink Inc. Tattoo Parlour invite cat lovers throughout Western New York to take their love to the next level with a permanent tattoo.

On Saturday, April 1, Ink Inc. will host "Tats for Cats," an all-day tattoo extravaganza to raise funds for Ten Lives Club. From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Ink Inc. (320 Grote St., Buffalo), participants will be able to choose from a number of pre-drawn, animal-themed tattoos, designed and applied by professional tattoo artists. Each tattoo costs $50, and all proceeds will be donated to Ten Lives Club.

While people wait for their turn to be tattooed, they may participate in a 50/50 raffle or enter to win baskets full of items donated by local businesses. Weather-permitting, there may also be some food surprises and special guests. Visit Ten Lives Club's Facebook page for more updates, and to see tattoo designs.

Tattoos are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and are only guaranteed for the first 100 customers. Interested individuals over the age of 18 are therefore advised to arrive on site and sign up as early in the day as possible.

For more information about "Tats for Cats," or to donate a basket or gift to the event, contact Ten Lives Club Adoption Coordinator Stephanie Stamoolis, at 716-646-5577, or by email at [email protected].

About Ten Lives Club

Ten Lives Club is a nonprofit cat rescue and adoption agency whose mission statement is "To promote, further, and enhance all cat life." Founded in 2001 by Marie Edwards, Ten Lives Club celebrated its 16th birthday in February. Since its founding, the organization has assisted over 30,000 cats. Its primary shelter is a 3,500-square-foot facility at 3741 Lake Shore Road in Blasdell. Ten Lives Club also operates a number of satellite sites around Erie County, including an adoption site at Walden Galleria Mall.

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