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Discuss KitemanTV's New Show that's Starting in Huntington Beach

So, let’s have a meetup.  We’re gearing up to start a quasi-reality show in Huntington Beach (some of it will be scripted).  It is called the “Missing Cat Pet Detective.”  We’ll need all types for this show.  It doesn’t have much of a budget but it will be a lot of fun.  What we will do is find missing cats and document the drama of that!  It usually takes about ten days to find a missing cat, btw.  During that time, there’s a bunch of CSI type things that we do starting with an interview with the client/victim who has lost their cat (this can get pretty emotional).  And, there’s a never-ending supply of these victims around here in HB.  So, if you think you might like to be cast or to be crew or even if you’re just curious, come to this next meetup.  Cat experts are especially welcome.
This particular meetup will be a combination meetup in that it will combine the Actors group and Feline TNR group (both sponsored by KitemanTV).   

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  • Kiteman Television P.

    This was a great meet-up. We found out a lot about what is happening in HB and Anaheim.

    March 8, 2011

  • Kiteman Television P.

    Yes, Lydia, this site can be used by anyone to help with any cat at all. If it helps cats, they can use it for free advertising or whatever. And, the Cat Flasher is largely owned by cats-in-need which is mainly feral cats. So, even if feral cats don't wear Cat Flashers, they make a bunch of badly needed money from its sell, anyway. So, the Cat Flasher is for them, too. That's why learning about and telling people about the Cat Flasher helps feral cats!

    February 9, 2011

  • lydia

    Cat flasher is for indoor cats. I thought this site was for ferals.

    February 9, 2011

  • Kiteman Television P.

    So, there you have it. If you want to help cats, go to http://catflasher.com/ and take the time to understand how this device works and explain it to people who might be interested. It is by far the most effective device to protect indoor cats. And, the cats themselves own a major part of the Cat Flasher! So, you would be helping them in two ways. Please, everyone, at least take the time to understand how the Cat Flasher works.

    February 7, 2011

  • Kiteman Television P.

    Yes, Diana, in the case of the Cat Flasher, 10% of the retail price belongs to cats-in-need. The show will advertise the Cat Flasher (it has been very difficult to get any publicity for the Cat Flasher as it has no corporate backing). That 10% means that the cats are something like 25% owners of the Cat Flasher (but, the cats get their money verifiably as it is a function of the retail price as opposed to doing something nebulous like trying to calculate what is the profit).

    February 7, 2011

  • Diana

    ps...i am still doing rescue and education and fund raising assistance when i can as an individual!!! think big, do your part.

    February 6, 2011

  • Diana

    Greetings! I started this meetup group a while back when i was active with feral TNR/fostering. I would love to be involved, but would hope at some point in the show, education re: feral cats/indoor vs outdoor pets and statistics/how to be an ally if you can't help directly, info re "no kill" shelters, etc etc. i'd love to the join the meetup, but it's at a time that interferes w/my work schedule. (and i assume a percent of profits will go to the local orgs who have NO funding) :)

    February 6, 2011

  • Kiteman Television P.

    Are those indoor or outdoor cats? And, when did you realized they were missing? Let me know that and also check out the Cat Flasher site http://catflasher.com/ for other tips.

    February 6, 2011

  • lydia

    I'm missing 2 cats right now. raccoon maybe?

    February 6, 2011

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