Ocean the cat stares wide-eyed while perched on owner Matthew Meir's shoulders as they take part in the 'oddest pet' category of the annual Pet Parade at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday morning.

Music and More: Cat’s eye

Ocean the cat stares wide-eyed while perched on owner Matthew Meir's shoulders as they take part in the 'oddest pet' category of the annual Pet Parade at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday morning.

Ocean the cat stares wide-eyed while perched on owner Matthew Meir’s shoulders as they take part in the ‘oddest pet’ category of the annual Pet Parade at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday morning. The parade kicked off the annual Music and More series featuring weekly evening concerts at Central Community Park, and kid’s activities at Salish Park. The events are every Wednesday throughout the summer — the concerts start at 7 p.m. and the children’s activities are at 12:15 p.m.

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