A host of stars will take part in a very special one-night-only performance of the musical Cats to support a very worthy charity this weekend.

Fred Willard, James Cromwell, Kevin McHale, Peter Gallagher, Ioan Gruffudd, Anna Gunn, Hunter Parrish, Mindy Sterling, Owain Yeoman, Paul Vogt and Mandy Moore are some of the stars expected to take part in the concert, which will benefit the Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats.

According to the organization: "At Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats, we take special care in socializing feral kittens and graduating Ivy League lap cats into your life long loving home. We are also committed to providing grown ferals their GED diplomas by providing spay/neuter services in the form of Trap Neuter Release (TNR). Our mission is to provide all cats able to adjust to indoor life with a warm and loving lifelong home, while providing those cats who need to continue living outdoors with a caring colony manager, assuring all cats, lap or otherwise, a humane and happy existence.

“The cat overpopulation is not a cat problem, it is a people problem caused by uneducated and sometime irresponsible pet owners who abandon their cats or do not have them sterilized, causing a proliferation of cats being born on the street. Together we can bring an end to the homeless kitten epidemic.”

The show takes place at the Orpheum Theater in Downtown LA on Saturday, August 6. More information can be found here.

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