Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2014
Architects for Animals’ “Giving Shelter,” a benefit for FixNation, will be held in Los Angeles for the first time ever where some of Los Angeles’ architecture and design firms will unveil the most inspired outdoor cat shelters imaginable. The shelters will be on display to the public during a unique one-night exhibit and cocktail reception on Wednesday, September 10, from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at The Herman Miller Showroom in Culver City, Calif.
The event will benefit FixNation, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to minimizing cat populations through humane non-lethal Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
Some of Los Angeles’ top design firms participating include Wolcott Architecture | Interiors, Abramson Teiger Architects, Standard Architecture | Design, d3architecture, DSH// architecture, formation association, HOK, LEHRER ARCHITECTS, Perkins and Will, Pfeiffer Partners Architects, RNL, RTKL, Space Int’l, and Valerio. Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s hit show My Cat From Hell and FixNation board member will be in attendance.
“The architectural community in Los Angeles is outstanding,” says Karn Myers co-founder and Executive Director of FixNation. “We are so grateful to the participating design firms who are generously devoting their talent, creativity and compassion in support of FixNation. Because of FixNation’s programs and the dedication of hundreds of volunteers across the city and county, many cats are able to live healthier, happier lives.”
Tickets are $25 for the general public with all proceeds benefitting FixNation of Los Angeles. For tickets please go to http://www.fixnation.org. Tickets will also be available at the door; cash, check, and credit cards will be accepted.
FixNation is a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles that supports Trap-Neuter-Return. The group, founded in 2007, provides a free, full-time spay and neuter clinic for homeless, stray and community cats, plus low-cost, spay and neuter services for tame pet cats. The group loans out humane traps to the public free of charge, provides training on how to humanely trap feral cats and kittens, offers guidance and information on long-term care and management for feral colonies and engages in extensive community outreach activities. For more information, visit http://www.fixnation.org.