A funny tale to tell in aid of Little Mittens

The Raise the Woof Comedy Tour is making its way to Golden on Friday Dec. 14 to support the Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association.

The Raise the Woof Comedy Tour is making its way to Golden on Friday Dec. 14 to support the Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association.

Raise the Woof, founded by comedian and producer James Uloth, was born out of the need to help animal shelters, animal rescue groups, and humane societies raise money to cover their various reoccurring costs.

With nearly 10 years experience in performing and producing, Uloth brings a fun-filled show with strong branding matched with quality performances by all entertainers in the lineup.So far this year the tour has already travelled all over Canada and the United States, helping to raise money for local groups in need.

For more than two years, Little Mittens has been working hard to help control the ferrel cat population in Golden. They do so my humanely trapping the cats and bringing them to vet clinics where they are tested for diseases, vaccinated, and spayed or neutered.

They have been having difficulty housing all of their cats, and were recently granted the use of the municipal dog pound to help. All the proceeds from the show, taking place at the Mad Trapper Pub, will go to the Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association. Tickets are $20, and are available at the Mad Trapper Pub or Beer Store.

 

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