The Save Our Strays “FREE LAP DANCES VOLUME 4: HEAVY PETTING” CD release party will be held on Saturday, December 6


The Save Our Strays “FREE LAP DANCES VOLUME 4: HEAVY PETTING” CD release party will be held on Saturday, December 6 in the second floor parlor of The Historic Southgate House, East 3rd St., Newport, KY 859-431-2201. This will be a non-smoking event.

Cost at the door is $5 (21 and over) or $7 (for 18 – 20); $1 more will get you a Volume 4 CD.

Live music will be performed as listed:
9:00 – The Beau Alquizola Band
10:00 – The Majo
11:00 – Buckra
12:00 – Ryan Mallott & other hillbillies

Jacob Heinz of award-winning local band, Buckra, produced this CD as well as the first three of the “FREE LAP DANCES” music compilation series. It includes original music by The Banana Convention, The Beau Alquizola Band, Buckra, Cari Clara, Daughters & Sons, Dr. Sparkles, The Emeralds, 500 Miles To Memphis, Henta, Kelly Thomas & The Fabulous Pick-ups, The Koala Fires, The Lights Out, The Majo, Matt Dame, The Newbees, and Willy D. Again, all proceeds will go to SOS.

CD sponsors include Animal Communication & Wellness Services, Backline Superstars, City Beat, Hessell Properties, Melissa Hofmann, (LMT), Dr. Cheri Holloway, Energy Medicine, Hyde Park House Management & Security, Lewis Animal Hospital. The McAlpin, MidPoint Music Festival, Peppermint Pig Thrift & Gift, QCA, Bonnie Rettig Porcelain & Furniture Painting, Rivertown Music Club, Smooth Moves Piano Moving, and The Historic Southgate House.

Save Our Strays ( was organized in 1998 to help reduce the number of stray cats and dogs in Greater Cincinnati through non-lethal methods. We are a non-profit, 501c(3) organization. We do not have a shelter, but, rather, foster animals in the homes of volunteers. Our goals are to help humanely control the local stray population by using the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) method for feral cats and adoption for cats and dogs when possible.

The first three CDs may still be purchased at local retailers as well as through

Cats & dogs go into heat at a young age and reproduce up to 4 times each year. 1 cat & her offspring can produce up to 420,000 kittens in 7 years. 1 dog & her offspring can produce up to 67,000 puppies in 6 years. Over 34,000 pets are euthanized in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky shelters *every year.* Millions are euthanized nationally. Please sterilize your pets and all strays.