PurinaOne Opens First Pop Up Cat Cafe In New York City Featuring Adoptable Cats From North Shore Animal League

Cat Cafe
photo by Tod Seelie/Gothamist

PurinaOne, in partnership with the North Shore Animal League, has opened the first pop up Cat Café in New York City. It will be open from April 24 through April 27 at 168 Bowery in Manhattan, where feline appreciating patrons can have their favorite coffee drinks with a side of snuggles from adoptable kitties in a separate room. Gothamist has posted great photos and video of the Cat Café.

Purina ONE is launching the first ever North American Cat Café in New York City, creating an environment of wellness where visitors learn about the 28 Day Challenge, share their experiences, interact with experts and connect with adoptable cats and other cat lovers. Learn more at www.PurinaONE.com/CatCafe and join the conversation with #CatCafe

The café is open from 10 AM – 7 PM and the events inside are being live streamed. There is a schedule of events posted on the PurinaOne site.

Cat Cafe
photo by Tod Seelie/Gothamist

Cat Cafe
photo by Tod Seelie/Gothamist

Cat Cafe
photo by Tod Seelie/Gothamist

via Gothamist

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