The Orlando Cat Café will host author Kendra Lott for a book signing of her latest book, ‘Unique Eats and Eateries of Orlando’, on Sunday, July 14 from 11 am – 1:30 pm. Lott’s book is a comprehensive guide to culinary discoveries in Central Florida and includes a feature on the Orlando Cat Café.
“The Orlando Cat Café is both humbled and honored to be a part of this book,” says Orlando Cat Café’s owner, Sandra Cagan. Samples of macaroni and cheese will also be provided during the event by Sweet Tomatoes in Kissimmee, in honor of National Mac and Cheese Day. Patrons who purchase a book will be granted free entry into the Cat Play Area and a sample of macaroni and cheese.* A generous portion of every book sold at the book signing will be donated to SPCA Florida.
Lott is the publisher of Edible Orlando, a comprehensive site and resource for local food, chefs, and restaurants. A native of Orlando with a passion for food writing, Lott has a master’s degree in Food Studies from New York University and worked for Food Arts magazine in New York City. She also apprenticed with the rock-star butchers at Fleisher’s Grass-Fed and Organic Meats in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Reservations for this event can be made at www.orlandocatcafe.com and are strongly recommended.
*Subject to space and availability.
ABOUT ORLANDO CAT CAFÉ
The Orlando Cat Café opened in September 2016. Working together with SPCA Florida, Cagan Management Group, Inc., and Axum Coffee, our joint mission is to save the lives of homeless cats in Central Florida while drinking good coffee. Visit orlandocatcafe.com for more information.
ABOUT SPCA FLORIDA
Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Lakeland, serving all of Polk County and the surrounding communities. Dedicated to improving the lives of pets and people, SPCA Florida provides caring, compassion and hope to more than 4,000 homeless animals entering our doors each year.
Simplistically, every $100 donated to SPCA Florida, or essentially the cost of an average adoption, equates to $3,000 worth of positive economic impact throughout Polk County, Central Florida, and the state. Additionally, we are proud of the fact that 91% of every dollar goes to program resources and helping homeless animals.