Michael Stanley Autographed Photos to Benefit Kitten Krazy Shelter

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JOE KLEON
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Cleveland rocker Michael Stanley and his backing band the Resonators have teamed with local photographer Joe Kleon, a Scene contributor, to raise money for Kitten Krazy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cat shelter in Medina. The shelter opened 11 years ago in Brunswick Hills and has found good homes for some 3,500 cats and kittens. 

Michael Stanley’s personal photographer, Kleon, a volunteer at the shelter, has donated eight 11”x14” color photos autographed by Michael Stanley and the Resonators. He’ll donate 100 percent of the proceeds to Kitten Krazy for the care of the cats. His two cats are named “Geddy” and “Alex” in honor of the rock group Rush. The E-bay auction commences on Friday, Nov. 6 and ends on Monday, Nov. 16. To check out the photos and/or place a bid, the link to the auction is found at kittenkrazy.org. Fully-vetted cats and kittens can be adopted from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday 12-5 and from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. After-hour appointments are also available by calling 440-465-9654.


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