Blue Cross Estate Agent for Cats
28 Friday 28th April

Blue Cross Estate Agent for Cats

Pets Pyjamas

81 Leonard Street, London, London, EC2A 4QS

Price: Free
Time: 10am - 4pm
Starts: Wed 26th Apr
Ends: Sat 29th Apr

Estate agents are commonly found on most high streets, but you won’t have seen one quite like this… Blue Cross pet charity has announced it is opening the world’s first Estate Agent for Cats. The pop-up estate agents in London is offering unique properties for sale, all designed and built exclusively with feline tenants in mind. All of its listings - from Georgian manors to quaint cottages - are constructed of cardboard.

The inspiration for this unique ‘prop-paw-ty’ proposition came from observing a common cat phenomenon – that cats love cardboard boxes. The more serious message behind the Estate Agent for Cats is the importance for pets to have mental stimulation and a private place to have some quiet time where they won’t be disturbed. The charity also wants to promote the hundreds of homeless and unwanted cats currently in its care all needing a real home to call their own.

The cardboard box ‘architects’ include journalists and bloggers, designers, retailers, 3D design university students and even school children. The box homes, including a tropical tepee, thatched cottage and palatial Taj Mahalt are all up for sale via a silent auction ballot in the pop-up estate agents, with proceeds going to help the thousands of homeless, unwanted, sick and injured pet Blue Cross cares for each year. Each cat featured in the imagery used at the Estate Agent For Cats is a Blue Cross rescue pet looking to find its forever home.

The houses will be on display to the public, complete with detailed property descriptions and even floor plans wherever possible.

Estate Agent for Cats
Open: 26 April – 29 April
10.00am – 4.00pm

The pop-up is based at Pets Pyjamas, who run an online pet shop, will have a concession on site, selling cat accessories and toys.

www.bluecross.org.uk/movingwithcats

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