One of Toronto’s two potential cat cafés is having a preview pop-up in the Annex
Some people will be enclosing 10 cats in a room this weekend, and you’re invited to check it out. Pet Me Meow, one of the two wannabe Toronto cat cafés currently raising funds on Indiegogo, will be test-running its concept from June 6 to 8 at Redfish Bluefish Creative Café, a kid-friendly coffee shop at Harbord and Spadina. For twenty bucks ($15 for early bookers), a limited number of cat lovers will be able to hang out in a temporary “Cat Lounge” stocked with board games, comfy seats and up to 10 adoption-ready felines, who will presumably be kept entirely separate from the food-service area of the café, in accordance with provincial health-protection legislation.
June 6-8. $15-20. Redfish Bluefish Creative Café, 73 Harbord St., eventbrite.ca
4 thoughts on “One of Toronto’s two potential cat cafés is having a preview pop-up in the Annex”
This should be illigal. If someone where to open a dog café or a hamster café or amy other pet it would be shut down in no time. Oh wait. Cat owners are special.
Well, we can spell.
You obviously did not read anything written in the above David. You’re a moron and this idea is awesome. Cat lovers hanging out with cats, cats getting love and potentially getting adopted into a home.
Note , there are already doggie coffee shops, where you and dog can hang together. Less judgment re which pets we love please. It should all be about the animals.
Comments are closed.