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03 - Aug
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Where:Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Avenue,, Baltimore, Maryland, United States, 21224
After missing live audiences for over a year, the Amazing Acro-Cats are thrilled to be back on the road, bringing their unique show to the Creative Alliance in Baltimore from August 3rd through August 8th. The Amazing Acro-Cats is a troupe of rescued house cats who put on a one-of-a-kind performance for thousands of people across the United States. These talented felines roll on balls, ride skateboards, jump through hoops, and more. The grand finale of the show features Tuna and the Rock Cats, the only all-cat band in the world! The band includes Roux (guitar), Bowie (drums), and Nue (keyboard). There’s even a special guest joining in on their set - Cluck Norris, a chicken playing the tambourine and cymbal! An Amazing Acro-Cats live show is family friendly and approved for all ages! While audience members marvel at the tricks these cats are able to perform, they also learn that it is possible to train a cat! Samantha Martin is Chief Executive Human of Tuna and the Rock Cats Rescue and leader of the show. In her time running the rescue, she has found homes for over 300 cats and kittens, while encouraging and supporting clicker training – the fun and positive method using a clicker to train cats and other pets – which encourages responsible pet ownership in the process. Through the live shows and her rescue, she’s “saving cats, one click at a time!” Tickets to see the Amazing Acro-Cats at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore begin at $25, and can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets here. See mew at the show! About The Amazing Acro-Cats and Tuna and the Rock Cats Rescue: The Amazing Acro-Cats was founded in 2006 by Samantha Martin and the feline star of the show, Tuna. The Acro-Cats seek to educate the public on the benefits of clicker training by entertaining audiences across the country. The Acro-Cats support the mission of Tuna and the Rock Cats Rescue by promoting animal welfare, educating audiences on feline foster and rescue, and demonstr
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