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Learn How To Train Your Cat to Play Sax (Possibly!) at Orlando Cat Café on Thursday

Does your cat simply sleep, eat, poop, and sleep all day? Yeah, ours too, but now you have the chance to turn your cat into a drum playing, trumpet blowing Acro-Cat!

Acro-Cats in Orlando

Tomorrow, Thursday, January 19, at 5 pm, star of the Netflix series Cat People, Animal Trainer Samantha Martin is conducting a How to Train Your Cat seminar ahead of the Acro-Cats taking over the Orlando Rep this weekend for four days of shows!

Ok, so you might not learn how to turn your cat into a stunt performing, instrument playing cat, but could it be possible to train your cat to use and flush a toilet... if only!!!

The How to Train Your Cat seminar is taking place at the Orlando Cat Cafe in Clermont, yep Clermont, with admission only $10.

Then once you know how to train your own cats, you gotta go see the amazing Acro-Cats, featured in the Netflix series Cat People, performing in Orlando this weekend.

The Orlando Repertory Theater will be taken over by the Acro-Cats performing multiple shows from Friday, January 20 through Monday, January 23.

This amazing troupe of trained domestic house cats, all former orphans, rescues, and strays, give a one-of-a-kind purrformance that includes cats riding skateboards, jumping through hoops, ringing bells, balancing on balls, and performing other feats of agility and entertainment.

The show finale is the only all-cat band in the world: Tuna and the Rock Cats!

The Rock Cats play guitar, drums, and piano, and are accompanied by the Jazz Cats on saxophone, trumpet, and clarinet, you have to see it to believe.

Tickets are available direct from the event's organizers. Rock Cat Rescue.

Orlando ticket updates!!

Here is an update from the show organisers:

We are COMPLETELY SOLD OUT for our 7pm show on Friday 1/20 and for the 2pm show on Saturday 1/21.

VICP1 and VICP2 seats are SOLD OUT for ALL shows. (There is one VICP2 ticket on Sunday at 1pm at the time of this posting).

General Admission is available for all but two shows, and is rows 4, 5, and 6 so they are great seats. Thank mew all for your support and we'll see you soon!

The Amazing Acro-Cats Coming To Orlando In January

How do you train a cat to do complex stunts? Chief Executive Human (CEH) Samantha Martin uses clicker training, a technique involving only positive reinforcement, to train her troupe. Samantha and her assistants, and the Acro-Cats, tour the U.S. in their catified bus, which often is also home to a litter of foster kittens.

In addition to being on Cat People, the Amazing Acro-Cats have been featured on national TV shows including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl, CBS News Sunday Morning, and PBS Nova's Cat Tales.

The Acro-Cats tour to support Rock Cats Rescue, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Rock Cats Rescue is focused on saving cats One Click at a Time through cat welfare, rescue, and adoption. The Acro-Cats show promotes the importance of bonding and training cats with positive reinforcement, while also finding homes for rescued cats.

Rock Cats Rescue has found homes for 320 kittens since 2009.. so yes, this is a great show for a great cause!

The Amazing Acro-Cats Coming To Orlando In January

The Amazing Acro-Cats, and their human staff, are devoted to promoting the mental and physical health benefits of cat training through the use of clicker training...a positive reinforcement based training method.

The Amazing Acro-Cats Coming To Orlando In January


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