Cats On Glass — Purrfect !!

The first-ever Instagrammable hotspot featuring cats called Cats on Glass Gallery opens its doors in NYC on Feb. 15 for five days only.  Readers who can’t make it to the Big Apple can take an  interactive video tour on Facebook  and e-meet cat loving influencers and felines like Nala Cat and of course  adoptable cats from the Humane Society of New York.

The Cats on Glass Gallery is presented by Fresh Step® Clean PawsTM  who are using the occasion to introduce a new track-free litter. Each room in this unique, visually stunning, interactive, pop-up exhibit features an element of cats and an element of glass, to give future cat owners a chance to literally picture themselves with, and even adopt, a cat.

So if you are in New York, head over to 524 W. 26th St. at 10th Ave., near the High Line and have your camera ready for a truly unique feline view in the feature exhibit.Visitors are encouraged to come, snap and share cat love with the world throughout the gallery, where an Instagram post and story will trigger a donation to shelter cats at the Humane Society of New York.

“You’ll never see cats the same after visiting the Cats on Glass Gallery.  We decided to give cat lovers a whole new perspective on their favorite pet,” said Nick Meyer director of marketing, Clorox Pet Products. “Best of all, the star cats are adoptable, so some visitors can take home their favorite part of the exhibit.”

The Cats on Glass Gallery is open to the public the evening  of February 15 from 7 – 9 p.m., and will remain open Friday, Feb. 16 – Monday, Feb. 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.   Admission is free, but space is limited. For more information and to RSVP, visit


tip of the day

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