Exploding Kittens has realized the best way to celebrate PAX — by trucking in actual live kittens for us all to play with. Yes, there will be actual kittens at PAX West in Seattle this weekend. In addition to over 80 indie titles being hosted at the Washington State Convention Center, the show will also be hosting some awesome tabletop games, along with the “Non-Exploding Kitten Room” inside of the ACT Theatre.
In partnership with Exploding Kittens and MEOW Cat Rescue, the Non-Exploding Kitten Room will provide a space filled with real-live kittens (that don’t explode) for you to cuddle. If you find just the right kitten, you can coordinate with MEOW Cat Rescue about adoption after the show! MEOW Cat Rescue is a Seattle-based non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting lifelong relationships between people and companion animals, and providing shelter and care for our feline friends.
The Non-Exploding Kitten Room will be open to the general public — no PAX badge needed — and will run from September 1st-4th from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. PDT. However, badge holders can also visit the Exploding Kittens booth (#7505) at PAX West where the much-anticipated “Exploding Kittens Human Vending Machine” will be giving away a select number of golden tickets that grant the recipient and a friend express access to the front of the line. Otherwise, the line will be first come, first served.
So if you’re getting sick of the crush at the PAX show floor (all six levels of complete and utter convention mayhem) you can hang out with some cute, adoptable kittens and maybe play a tabletop game or two. Visitors can spend up to five minutes with sheltered kittens (that don’t explode). All the cats in the room are available for adoption through MEOW Rescue and are eagerly awaiting for their furever home.
Please note, this article serves as advance warning for my landlord that the chance of me bringing home a cat from Seattle is greater than 0.
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