Looking for a great activity for a good cause this weekend?
Motor on over to Animal Alliance in Lambertville, NJ this Saturday and meet Justin The Miracle Kitty celebrating his life a year after a savage attack on the streets of Philadelphia.
Justin - who was doused with gasoline and set on fire - lived thanks to a Good Samaritan, the generosity of Animal Alliance and the skilled vets at Crown Veterinary Specialists in Lebanon.
On Saturday afternoon Justin will mingle with fans, give out his 'pawtograph' and thank everyone who helped save his life.
Bring your IPhone and take a selfie with the star. You can say you were hanging out with a special guest who appeared on "The View" last year.
Attendees can enjoy refreshments, tour Animal Alliance's new Robert W. Curts Memorial Pet Adoption Center, and meet cats and kittens available for adoption!
Among the felines looking for homes soon are Brigitte and her kittens saved from a Philadelphia junkyard on St. Patrick's Day.
Animal Alliance takes in many of the sickest and most injured cats taken in by the PSPCA in cruelty cases and strays brought to ACCT. The wonder workers at Crown Veterinary then go to work patching them up. Animal Alliance is all volunteer funded.
The PSPCA says no one has yet been arrested in the case and hope anyone with information on the attack will contact them at 1-866-601 -SPCA.
The event, from 12-2, is being held in conjunction with Shadfest so there should be plenty to do.