LostCats love playgrounds… + soccer fields + meandering paths through the woods. And especially duck ponds! #DeepRunPark
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Cork cats seen hanging around at summer festivals, area parks, outside local wine shops & wineries.
Last summer, lostcats got patriotic in Philly. This year, little kitties will be getting lost in the mountains of WV. Happy 4th of July!
kitties look to hitch a ride. need a vacation. carytown’s 7-11 seems like good place to find their ride.
We had a blast hiding Glow-Kitties at 1708 Gallery’s InLight — there were 17 small art cats set free in Shockoe Slip. Here are some of the shared pics from that evening. Thanks for playing, Richmond!
On Friday October 22, Lost Cats Project will hide a special-edition litter of Glow-Kitties in historic Shockoe Slip to help celebrate 1708 Gallery’s 3rd Annual InLight Richmond. Come on out and get your glow on!
Some shared pics from September’s special-edition PRIDE game
During September, Lost Cats and GayRVA will partner together in support and celebration of Pride in Virginia. Lost Cats Project made 100 small art cats. GayRVA is in charge of hiding them. Each week a litter of lost cats will be set free all over Richmond. For the latest clues, check out GayRVA.com or follow on Twitter or Facebook. Don’t forget to share your adoption story with us.
First drop during September’s First Friday’s Art Walk. More details here.
Several lost cats were adopted into good homes yesterday — thanks for playing, Goochland!
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2 small art cats wander Carytown for dinner. Last seen looking in windows near Ginger Thai Taste and Cary Court Shopping Center.
heading southside on thur. and maybe to #smcrva. locations tbd.
Check out the Lost Cats story in the newest issue of RichmondGRID magazine! (Pick up your free copy of GRID at your local Martin’s on Friday.)
Dozens of handmade small art cats are getting ready for Real Small Art League’s “Creative Kindness Throwdown” exhibition this Friday, July 16! New litters of Lost Cats will be up for adoption to help raise funds for Art 180. Join us at Crossroads Art Center (Trolley Stop gallery) opening is 6-9pm, cash bar, great parking, fun indoor art walk, raising funds for some amazing charities. Show runs through September 8.
Seven small art @lostcats exploring Richmond’s Uptown area. Last seen wandering the streets near Ecologic. #artthrowdown
>> update: confirmed that 5 of these small art cats were adopted into good homes tonight! Thanks for playing!
Small Art update: we are pleased to report that Maggie has a new home and is getting to know her new siblings!
Another small art cat got lost in Richmond — this one was spotted at Crossroads Art Center.
It seems all the cool cats are gathering for the upcoming Real Small Art League group exhibition at Crossroads Art Center. An opening reception of Real Small Art League’s Creative Kindness Throwdown exhibit, benefiting Richmond’s Art180, is on Friday, July 16, 2010 from 6-9pm at Crossroads Art Center, in the Trolley Stop Gallery, 2016 Staples Mill Rd, Richmond, VA. (Free admission. Cash bar.) The show runs through Sept 8th.
missing: “Pepper” >> update: FOUND!
Another small art cat has gotten lost near Staples Mill and West Broad Street, near Crossroads Shopping Center and Willow Lawn. Last seen outside the door of Chipotle.
Rumor has it that this cat loves art, so he may be headed towards Crossroads Art Center.
missing: “Nico” >> update: FOUND!
This lost art cat was last seen trying to beat the heat at Willow Lawn’s Panera Bread, spotted outside on patio.
Lots of small art cats have been seen in the area lately! They are all very friendly and looking for new homes.
missing: “Leoben” >> update: FOUND!
This small art cat was seen watching chickens at Richmond’s Maymont Park in the children’s petting farm.
Free to a good home! Please share your adoption story with us.
missing: “Mu shu” >> update: FOUND!
Small art cats are getting lost all over Richmond!
Join the search for “Mu shu” — last seen waiting on a bench outside Richmond’s Amtrak station on Staples Mill. We’re not sure if he was coming or going, but we’re hoping he has a fun adventure!
Last seen having lunch at Whole Foods Market in Short Pump. She loves hanging out on windowsills, hoping for a snack to come her way.
Please adopt, and tell us your story.
Lost art cat last seen napping on a wall in the parking deck at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital.
Free to a good home!
Small Art update: we are pleased to report that Phoebe has been adopted. She now lives indoors with air conditioning and a new friend EE.
Fashionista art cat last spotted outside The Shops at 5807 of Patterson Ave.
This cat makes a great shopping-buddy! If found, please adopt.
missing: “Mica” >> update: FOUND!
Art cat last seen outside of Boychik’s Deli in Innsbrook. Friendly cat, known to enjoy occasional pastrami on rye.
Art cat seeking fellowship at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond on Blanton Avenue. “Bodhi” was last seen meditating in a quiet doorway.
If found, please share your adoption story with us!