The 12th Annual Greater Birmingham Humane Society Jazz Cat Ball took place on February 4th. Attendees partied the night away with a seated dinner, live music from Revel Radio, a full casino and the chance to bid on exciting trips, unique jewelry, art, and more during the silent and live auctions.
As the largest annual fundraiser for the GBHS, proceeds from the Jazz Cat Ball are vital to providing services such as health care, shelter, food, and socialization for thousands of homeless, abused, and neglected animals who find hope and help through the GBHS every year. Additionally, the event assists the GBHS’ externship program for fourth-year students from both Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Now in its twelfth year – the eleventh one that is in-person, the Jazz Cat Ball is a much-anticipated annual event in Birmingham to celebrate Mardi Gras, with previous events being sold out and attendance greater than 900 people.