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New York's First Cat Cafe
This past Monday, Meow Parlor, New York City's first permanent cat cafe opened. Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand are the brainchild behind the cat and patisserie cafe. They teamed up with KittyKind to set up a cat adoption system for visitor that wants to take the furry feline home. The rate is $4 per 30 minutes for adults and children over 10. $12 for 1 child and 1 chaperone for 1 hour (during special time slots for groups and children). Currently, the cafe is open by appointment only, but they plan to take walk-ins starting next month. Meow Parlour, 46 Hester St. between Ludlow and Essex Sts., opens Noon-8 p.m. Closed Wednesdays. For info, visit If you don't live on the east coast, you always have west coast's Cat Town Cafe, located in Oakland, California. Since October's opening, the have arranged 52 cat adoption. They also claimed to be the nation's first cat cafe.
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Soon... maid cafes. ‎( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Anyways yay cats.
3 years ago·Reply
Great I am going as soon as they start taking walk ins can't waitt :) <3
3 years ago·Reply
@DeinNomos It doesn't sound odd at all. @iluvdurian31 This is lovely place with a special meaning behind their operation. Wish I lived in NY. Unfortunately, the closest cat cafe for me is Oakland. An 1 hour flight away.
3 years ago·Reply