Cat noises from cats, people, dogs at the RNC
The RNC has put on an outdoor cat show.
The theme for this year’s event is “A Better America,” but a cat-themed event, cat noises, has been included in the program.
The convention’s “Cat Loudness and Cat Sounds” exhibit was created by The National Audubon Society.
Cat sounds are used to enhance the experience for attendees and visitors alike, according to the organization.
The exhibit includes a large cat, a cat toy, a petite cat, and a few other toys.
The RNC is also sponsoring a fundraiser for the Audubons.
In addition to this event, there will be plenty of other cat noises at the convention, including a cat parade.
“It’s kind of a fun little surprise that we’re going to be having a big cat parade this weekend, so it’s going to feel like the carnival atmosphere,” said RNC spokeswoman Emily White.
White said that this is one of the most fun things to do at the Convention Center.
The event will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 25, at the south pavilion.
Cat noises will be performed at the parade grounds, which will be adjacent to the RNC’s convention center.
There will be live entertainment from a small band, plus performers in costume.
There is no admission charge to attend, but guests are encouraged to wear safety gear.