Good news, cat lovers! There are still tickets available to the Sunday showing of the Cat Video Fest at The Neon in Dayton on March 1.

Virtual film festival provides purrfect way to pay homage to your favorite feline friends

Good news, cat lovers: You’ll now have the opportunity to indulge in hours of the cutest, funniest, bravest and most loving cats on the internet from the comfort of your home. 

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Created by Row House Cinema in Pittsburgh, the Quarantine Cat Film Fest features 1,200 video submissions filmed during the COVID-19 quarantine. The cat-themed film festival will be showing virtually at The Neon in Dayton beginning on Friday, June 19. 

Despite receiving video submissions from all over the world, a local cat’s submission has managed to earn it a first-place prize in the festival’s “Bravest” category. Johnny Appleseed, belonging to Jamie Small of Dayton, will earn a cash prize and special mention in the cat film festival.

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Other categories for these cash prizes and honorable mentions include “Cutest,” “Funniest” and “Most Loving.”

Pay homage to your favorite feline friends by heading online to watch the Quarantine Cat Film Festival, available on The Neon's website beginning on Friday, June 19.

Head to The Neon’s website to watch the Quarantine Cat Film Festival, available virtually for 72 hours after your $12 purchase. 

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To learn more about the Quarantine Cat Film Festival (and to catch a sneak peek of what to expect from the festival), pay a visit to Row House Cinema’s website

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