Pygmie Pawlooza comes to Ringgold, Ga on July 13th as the Velcro Pygmies rock the stage to benefit Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care (CCAC) at the Davis Cattle Company located on Ooltewah Ringgold Rd.
Pygmie Pawlooza includes a full day of various activities where there’s truly something for everyone. The fun begins at 3pm on July 13th at the Davis Cattle Company, located at 1242 Ooltewah Ringgold Road in Ringgold, GA. Afternoon activities include a silent auction, approximately 25 vendor booths, a car show, belly dance performances, demonstrations by the Chattanooga Obedience Club, a photo booth and mechanical bull riding. The Velcro Pygmies go onstage at 8pm and take the audience on a journey through the music of mostly 80’s tunes. All proceeds from Pygmie Pawlooza go to benefit Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care’s (501c3) spay/neuter, foster and rescue programs. Afternoon activities are free, general admission for the concert is $10 and VIP stage seating $20. VIP tickets can be purchased by visiting CCAC’s website at catoosacitizensforanimalcare.org Adult beverages will be sold on site.
Pygmie Pawlooza, CCAC’s largest benefit in the group’s 21 year history, will raise funds to benefit the organization, comprised solely of volunteers. The group’s main areas of focus are to reduce animal overpopulation in Catoosa County through low cost spay and neuter programs, help connect animals in need of homes with loving families through adoption and foster programs, to educate the community about the humane treatment of animals and to maintain a 24 hour Help Line for those needing assistance. CCAC helped almost 3500 animals last year.