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The 10 Best Cat Cafes in America

Cat lovers unite! Cat cafes are THE place to go if you want to get out of the house but still need some quality time with some cats. These spots tend to serve up coffee as well as a healthy serving of feline goodness. Usually all the cats at the cafe come from local rescues and are up for adoption. So if you need a feline and caffeine fix, head to one of these cat cafes pronto!

Mewsic Kitty Cafe, Nashville, Tennessee

Mewsic Kitty Cafe is Tennessee’s very first cat cafe and features drinks, snacks and a bunch of foster kitties looking for homes. You don’t need a reservation to go, but it is highly recommended since only a certain number of visitors are accepted per hour.

Give Purrs a Chance, Berkley Springs, West Virginia

This non-profit cat adoption center has been open since May 2017. In less than two years, Give Purrs a Chance has adopted out more than 400 cats into homes. The cafe is located in a huge two-story Victorian house, making it the largest cat cafe in the nation!

Mauhaus Cat Cafe and Lounge, St. Louis, Missouri

Mauhaus has partnered with Stray Haven Rescue to bring you cats, coffee and a good time. Check out their menu for yummy beverages, baked goods and savory snacks.

Crumbs & Whiskers, Los Angeles, California

Crumbs & Whiskers is located on hip Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The cafe is by appointment only and you can choose from 70-minute or 15-minute experiences. And keep your eyes peeled for celebs since folks like Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Garner have stopped on by!

Colony Cat Cafe, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Go to Colony Cat Cafe for coffee, food, wine and of course, cats. Reservations are definitely recommended, but walk-ins are allowed whenever the cafe isn’t at full capacity.

Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar, Charleston, South Carolina

Never underestimate the soothing effect of cat cuddles and a good glass of wine. Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar brings you both! You have be at least 12 years old to enter and there is a cover fee.

Koneko Cat Cafe, New York, New York

Koneko Cat Cafe stands apart since its America’s first Japanese cat cafe and sake bar. There you’ll find beer, wine, sake and an artisanal Japanese-influence menu.

Denver Cat Company, Denver, Colorado

Denver Cat Company keeps it simple by delivering exactly what it promises: coffee, prepackaged snacks, cats and a purrfectly good time. You can shop for cat merch there and the cafe is “proudly staffed entirely by cat ladies.”

Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe, Columbus, Ohio

Eat, Purr, Love is Central Ohio’s first cat cafe and offers coffee, baked goods, board games and books. Reservations are recommended but they sometimes can take in walk-ins.

KitTea Cat Cafe, San Francisco, California

Swing by KitTea Cat Cafe for some feline fun. At any given time, the place is home to 16-24 cats. Of those kitties, 13 are permanent residents and anywhere from 3-11 are up for adoption.

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