Acro-Cats on Stage


The Acro-Cats truly are performing cats. They make their own kind of music on stage, and rocked out the Allstate Showcase Studio HERE on WGN Radio.

So, why would you travel in a bus and catmobile with a troupe of cats, ever so talented cats?

with Samantha and the Catmobile

with Samantha and the Catmobile

Samantha Martins joins pet expert Steve Dale in studio on WGN RadioMartin explains that one thing she sought to do was to demonstrate that you can train cats. These are real cats, not people dressed up as cats.

Martin has also rescued and saved 168 cats, and for many dealt with and addressed behavior problems – so she’s saved lives!

Martin explains how anyone can train a cat to do just about anything. And why you’d want to do that in the first place.

Check out the Acro-Cats schedule; they perform October 6 through 9 at the Vittum Theater, 1012 W. Noble St. (just south of Milwaukee Ave. and a few blocks east of Ashland Ave) Chicago. Shows at 7 p.m. and on Oct. 8 and 9 also at 3 p.m. Tickets are $21 to $33. Tickets HERE.

i also speak about the upcoming Big Night fundraiser Friends of Chicago Animal Care & Control, which this year honors Dr. Shelly Rubin. Many of Chicago’s top chefs will be there, and admission includes all the food and drink you can possibly scarf down. Tickets HERE.