Pop into New York's first cat cafe for a 'Cat-uccino'

Pop into New York's first cat cafe for a 'Cat-uccino'
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If you've ever wanted to have lunch with your kitty, head to New York for that city's first ever cat café!

The Cat Cafe, a pop-up operated by Purina One, will remain open for four days and during that time patrons will have the opportunity to dine with 16 furry rescue cats, all of whom are available for adoption.

The North Shore Animal League partnered with Purina One to supply the cats from its center in Port Washington.

Located in a temporary space, the café has been completely transformed into the perfect environment for cats. Rug covered perches adorn the windows and the floor is littered with toys for the felines to play with. The cats themselves are free to roam while customers can sip complimentary 'cat'achino coffees.