Living in Southern California, I’ve been fortunate enough to visit a few cat cafes in the area. But imagine my delight when I learned about Catmosphere Laguna – Orange County’s first cat cafe – located in Laguna Beach, California, and right here in my neck of the woods.
This past weekend I attended a sneak peek event at CatCafé Lounge, which is the first nonprofit cat café in Los Angeles! I had a fantastic time and think that the lounge is a great place for adoptable kitties to hang out while they wait for their forever homes.
Tucked into the corner on the second story of a shopping mall between Gastown and Chinatown in Downtown Vancouver, there sits a cat cafe fittingly called Catfe.
Catfe opened its doors as Vancouver’s first cat cafe back on December 14, 2015. According to their website, “Catfe is part cafe, part foster home for cats, and a community gathering space for cat lovers of Vancouver in need of some quality kitty time.”
Since opening about a year and a half ago, Catfe has already adopted out nearly 400 cats! All cats at the cafe are from the BC SPCA.
Have you ever visited a cat cafe? If you’re a cat lover, the answer may very well be yes. But have you ever visited a mobile cat cafe? I’d like to introduce you to Moon Cat Cafe, the first ever mobile cat cafe!
I was recently given the opportunity to watch the upcoming national PBS show “Shelter Me: Hearts & Paws” that premieres on May 22nd. Filmmaker Steven Latham created the “Shelter Me” series because he wants communities to get involved with their local animal shelters by adopting, fostering, donating, volunteering and/or by networking shelter pets through social media.
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