212 days ago

Speed Dating Fundraiser - Catnap Cafe for Cat Rescue Christchurch

Bronwyn Reader from Cat Rescue Christchurch

We have a Speed Dating fundraiser being put on by Catnap Cafe in Columbo Street as a fundraiser for Cat Rescue Christchurch.

See photo's for details or go onto facebook and look at the event under the Catnap Cafe page.

We need you all to get your diaries out and become match makers for all of your single family and friends and persuade them to come along to a singles night at catnap cafe. You just have to be an animal lover not just a cat lover.

We need more men in the 40-50 group. Room for 8 and we have 3 woman booked and only one man so far. We need to get the numbers matched at the very least or to help Cat Rescue, fully booked.

In the 30-40 age group we have 2 men to 6 woman booked so come on guys. Give those woman a chance to get to know you.

In the 20-30 age group we have 3 men to 1 woman booked so need to up the anty with getting more woman involved.

Even is 2 weeks away so lets get those persuasion skills working and see if we can find some match's.

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