Saturday, Aug 10, 2019 7:00 PM
Mansour Conference Center
995 Roswell Street NE, Marietta, GA 30060
A Cappella Books and the Good Mews Animal Foundation present Kitten Lady Hannah Shaw, who will discuss her new book "Tiny But Mighty" with long-time Good Mews volunteer and spokesperson Brenna Stickland. An audience Q&A will follow their conversation. All attendees will receive a copy of "Tiny But Mighty" with their ticket purchase. 150 VIP ticket-holders will also have the opportunity to have their book personally signed by Ms. Shaw at the evening's close. The remainder of audience members will receive pre-signed copies of the book.
A portion of every ticket sale will be donated to Good Mews.
To attend this event, please purchase a ticket via the Freshtix link below.
About the Book
From Kitten Lady, the professional kitten rescuer, humane educator, animal advocate, and owner of the popular Instagram @kittenxlady comes the definitive book on saving the most vulnerable—and adorable—feline population: newborn kittens.
Hannah Shaw, better known as Kitten Lady, has dedicated her life to saving the tiniest felines, but one doesn’t have to be a professional kitten rescuer to change—and save—lives. In "Tiny But Mighty," Hannah not only outlines the dangers newborn kittens face and how she combats them, but how you can help every step of the way, from fighting feline overpopulation on the streets to fostering unweaned kittens, from combating illness to combating compassion fatigue, from finding a vet to finding the purrfect forever home. Filled with information on animal welfare, instructional guides, and personal rescue stories of kittens like Chloe, Tidbit, Hank, and Badger—not to mention hundreds of adorable kitten photos—Tiny But Mighty is the must-have kitten book for cat lovers, and current-and-future rescuers, foster parents, activists, and advocates.
About the Author
Hannah Shaw, also known as Kitten Lady, is a professional kitten rescuer, humane educator, and unwavering animal advocate who has dedicated her life to finding innovative ways to protect animals. She strives to create global change in the way we perceive and treat the tiniest and most vulnerable felines through educational media, training resources, and instructional workshops and consulting services that help individuals and animal shelters learn how to save the lives of kittens. Shaw has been featured as a guest expert on Animal Planet and was awarded the 2017 Advocate of the Year award by CatCon Worldwide. She is also the founder of a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Orphan Kitten Club, which provides rescue and critical care services to orphaned neonatal kittens. She lives in San Diego, California with her partner, Andrew Martilla, three cats, and an endless rotation of foster kittens.
About the Good Mews Animal Foundation
Good Mews is one of the few virtually cage-free, no-kill cat shelters in the state of Georgia and the first in the metro Atlanta area. Since 1988, Good Mews has placed over 9,000 cats in permanent homes. We receive no government support, relying solely on donations of time, service and money from our supporters, the public and area businesses. Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents at any given time, with another 30 to 40 cats in foster care or our HALO program, which allows cats with severe and/or chronic medicals needs to find homes with Good Mews continuing to provide the medical care related to that condition. We have an average adoption rate of 350 cats per year. For more information, visit goodmews.org.