The Cats-in-Residence Social Hour
Cats are “crepuscular,” which means they are most active at dawn and dusk. This is because their ancestors’ prey was most active at these times, so it made sense for them to adjust to that schedule. No creature in his or her right mind ran about during the heat of the day or in the middle of night when it was pitch black. Though cats’ night vision is very good, they can’t see without light. Instead, they sleep.
– Dr. Nicholas Dodman, “Thwarting the Alarm Clock Cat”
On Wednesday, January 21, 356 Mission is hosting a SOCIAL HOUR for The Cats-in-Residence Program. This is your chance to see the cats at their most active and see if one is right for you!
Snacks will be served and cat treats will be available
Wednesday, January 21, 6 – 8 PM