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Kids can read a story with shelter cats at Gwinnett library

Cat’s out of the bag: Kids can share a story with a few adoptable felines at Gwinnett County Public Library’s Mountain Park Branch.


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The library is holding “Furtales” story time on Sunday, March 18. Kids aged 6 to 12 can practice their reading skills alongside adoptable cats from Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters, a Doraville-based rescue.

Furkids is Georgia’s largest no-kill rescue and shelter organization, according to its website. It houses 275 cats in a cage-free facility in Doraville. The felines are given nearly free reign of the 10,000-square-foot space, with soft napping spots and toys interspersed throughout. 

The Furtales story event will be held from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Furkids’ Doraville facility, located at 2650 Pleasantdale Road, Suite 8. Find all of Furkids’ adoptable cats at its website.


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