Come and join us for a women’s self-defense seminar with CAT TOWN (cat rescue and adoption center in DT Oakland)! 100% of proceeds will go directly to them. You will learn how to use Krav Maga to defend your self in different situations and leave feeling empowered and more confident, with life-saving physical and psychological skills that can be used immediately. All experience levels are welcome, and you do not need to be a member to attend. The class is thought by the lead instructor and owner Dany Zelig.
Please contact us if you have any questions. No refunds for cancellations within 72 hours of the event.
CAT TOWN Story
Cat Town was founded by Ann Dunn while she was a volunteer at Oakland Animal Services, Oakland’s municipal shelter, she saw the challenges faced by the severely under-resourced shelter to adequately care for the number of animals it receives each year, and the specific difficulties cats face in a shelter environment. Ann was quickly joined by other shelter volunteers to create an alternative to the shelter for the cats who are at greatest risk for euthanasia.
Part of what makes Cat Town unique is that several members of our core team are still volunteers at OAS and work closely with the cats there. This helps them identify the cats who most need their help. And, while they are fully independent of OAS, they work in close collaboration with shelter staff and consider supporting that shelter to be integral to their mission.
SINCE 2011, CAT TOWN HAS HELPED MORE THAN 2,300 CATS THROUGH THEIR FOSTER PROGRAM AND CAGE-FREE ADOPTION CENTER.
Cat Town is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, and all donations are tax-deductible. Our tax ID is 27-3838132.