Truth be told, if you aren't a cat person, you're probably lying to yourself. Living in Montreal, it's evident that cats rule over any other pet in the city, meaning we should definitely host some kind of appreciation or acknowledgement event for them, right?\nREAD ALSO: More Millennials Are Choosing To Move Outside Of Major Quebec Cities For These Important Reasons\nTL;DR On Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 5:45PM to 9:30PM The Montreal Cat Expo will be hosted at the Hotel Bonaventure Montreal Ballroom. Attending the event will be Jackson Galaxy also known as The Cat Daddy as well as dozens of cats available for adoption. More details below.\nWell, look no further. The people of Montreal are getting super lucky this year, as a Cat Expo is arriving this spring!\nView this post on Instagram Kate et ses deux frères Randall et Kevin ont été trouvés hier dans une cour à scrap. Ces amours recoivent maintenant les bons soins de notre équipe vétérinaire. 💞 Kate and her two brothers, Randall and Kevin, were found in a scrap yard yesterday. They are now receiving the good care from our veterinary team. . . . #kittens #chats #shelterkitty #sheltercats #shelteranimals #shelter #adoptdontshop #helpinganimals #veterinarian #vetclinic #animalhealth #spcamontreal #montrealspca #montreal A post shared by SPCA de Montréal (@spcamontreal) on May 15, 2018 at 10:32am PDT\nOn Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 5:45PM to 9:30PM The Montreal Cat Expo will be held at the Hotel Bonaventure Montreal Ballroom. The event, hosted by Humane Canada and Montreal SPCA, is an evening made in heaven for anyone who loves cats.\nWith all cat lovers in the city uniting, you can expect the evening to be filled with fun activities, cat-focused vendors, and of course... the most adorable cats all available for adoption!\nView this post on Instagram 👏🏼🐾 La Colombie-Britannique est devenue la deuxième province canadienne après la Nouvelle-Écosse à interdire le dégriffage des chats. La SPCA de Montréal encourage le Québec à suivre cet exemple et félicite les cliniques vétérinaires qui ne pratiquent plus cette intervention chirurgicale. 👏🏼🐾 British Columbia has become the second Canadian province after Nova Scotia to ban declawing cats. The Montreal SPCA encourages Quebec to follow suit and congratulates all the veterinary clinics who no longer practice this surgical procedure. . . . #goodnews #cats #chats #britishcolumbia #catlover #bandeclawing #kittens #chatons #stopdeclawing #sheltercats #animalwelfare #animalprotection #paws #pawsome A post shared by SPCA de Montréal (@spcamontreal) on May 9, 2018 at 3:36pm PDT\nThe only downside is that you'll have to leave your own feline friend at home, but you'll have no problem finding company among the dozens of cats attending the event from Montreal SPCA.\nAnd if you thought the evening couldn't get any better, for the first time ever visiting Canada is Jackson Galaxy, "The Cat Daddy," whom cat lovers will remember from the popular TV show My Cat From Hell.\n@thecatdaddyembedded via\nAll proceeds from the event will go towards Humane Canada and Montreal SPCA, so there's no excuse not to attend the expo perfect for anyone in the city that likes to spend time around cats.\nWho knows, maybe you'll even leave the expo with a brand new furry friend in tow.\nFor more information and to buy tickets for The Montreal Cat Expo, click HERE.