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Welp, honey, the cat circus is coming to town.


Okay, Melody. Breathe.

CAT CIRCUS!!

(Breathe.)

COMING TO IOWA CITY!!!!!!

(Breathe.)

I will be counting down till October 4 (1 week & 4 days from today!) when the RockCats and Amazing AcroCats visit Iowa City and perform at the Unitarian Universalist church on 10 S. Gilbert Street.

From her YouTube channel: Also known as the “Rat Lady,” Samantha Martin, the Founder and Director, started working and training animals over twenty years ago. She attended the University of Iowa and graduated from Kirkwood College with a degree in Animal Husbandry. She is also a graduate of the Brookfield Zoological Internship program and has worked at a variety of animal facilities, including a veterinary clinic, pet shop, and animal shelters.

Cat prodigy Tuna jumping through a hoop
Tickets must be purchased through PayPal, which can be accessed by clicking on the “Upcoming Shows” link on their website, www.circuscats.com. Showtimes are at 4pm and 7pm, and I will be elbowing every 5-year-old in the audience to get myself a front-row seat.


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