Cat Cafes

Blue Cat Café

95 Navasota St, Austin, TX 78702
512-766-5003

Blue Cat Cafe is a casual cafe in Austin providing customers with a selection of specialty teas and coffees. Stop by for lunch or dinner, sample their desserts, or relax with friends in a cozy setting. Their mission is simply to connect cats with people, and try to make everyone happy.

Cat Town

2869 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612
510-747-9064

Cat Town was founded by Ann Dunn while she was a volunteer at Oakland Animal Services. Ann saw the challenges faced by the severely under resourced shelter to adequately care for the number of animals it receives each year, and the specific difficulties cats face in a shelter environment. In their free-roaming space, guests and cats alike can enjoy a relaxed environment and get to know one another without the stress of the shelter, reducing the barriers to the adoption process. In 2017, they expanded their adoption center and opened The Studios at Cat Town, where Oakland’s most difficult to place shelter cats can get dedicated attention from their staff and volunteers, while being afforded greater opportunities for adoption. Visitors to Cat Town can ask to see the expanded space and visit with approved cats.

Crumbs & Whiskers – A Cat Cafe Experience.

3211 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007
202-621-7114

Kanchan, the parent, set off to create Crumbs & Whiskers. She found her dream project – a way to intertwine conscious business, animal welfare, and design. Today, Crumbs & Whiskers is a dream come true.

Denver Cat Company

3929 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212
303-433-3422

Denver Cat Company is one of the country’s first cat cafes, in business since December 2014. They also have cool cat-themed gift items. Due to the health code, they are not a full service cafe but do serve Solar Roast coffee, a selection of teas and other beverages, and an assortment of prepackaged snacks.

Eat, Purr, Love Cat Café

3041 Indianola Ave, Columbus, OH 43202
614-852-3521

Cat lovers. Coffee. Bakery sweets. Board games. A good book. Oh, and basically the friendliest cats in town. Looking for a new cat to call part of your family? Eat, Purr, Love is the perfect place to meet. Through their partnership with Columbus Humane, all of their cats can be adopted directly through the Cat Café.

KitTea Cat Cafe

96 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94102
415-658-7888

KitTea is the first cat cafe in San Francisco and the first established cat cafe in America. Home to 16 – 22 highly social, adorable rescue cats, their purpose is to not only save cats, but also show humans just how relaxing and heart-warming they can be. Slow down, sip some tea, mute anxiety, and support rescue cats. They provide high-quality care to their permanent resident rescue felines and work with local cat rescues, including San Francisco’s Animal Care and Control, Toni’s Kitty Rescue, and Wonder Cat Rescue to find their featured adoptable cat(s) a forever home at each cat’s own pace.

Le Cat Cafe

2713 W Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19130
267-800-7877

In March 2016, they opened their very first adoption platform, Le Cat Café. The space has proven to be an invaluable tool to help them find loving FUR-ever homes for sweet felines. With the greater visibility that the Café brings to Green Street Rescue (GSR), their “rags to riches” stories continue to increase. GSR is entirely run by volunteers and fully funded by generous donors.

Mauhaus Cat Cafe

3101 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143
314-384-2287

A cat cafe is a combination of all things good; cats, coffee, and a relaxing cafe environment. You can relax and pet cats, and it’s a great socialization for them too! The cats are adoptable, which means if you fall in love, you can apply to take them home! A cat cafe is perfect for cat lovers who need a feline fix.

Meow Parlour

46 Hester St, New York, NY 10002

At Meow Parlour you can: Rent time to relax with our free-roaming cats. Certain ages and activities may be limited to specific hours. Purchase food or beverages from Macaron Parlour and enjoy a sweet treat in the company of a furry friend. Adopt a cat. They are also an adoption group and all of their cats are adoptable through our nonprofit division, Meow Parlour Cats, Inc.

NEKO – A Cat Cafe

519 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
206-708-7287

They are a unique and fun space in the heart of Capitol Hill. They’ve got coffee, beer, wine & light nibbles all in the company of CATS! They’ve partnered with RASKC to bring you adoptable cats of all shapes and sizes and personalities. Whether it be happy hour after work, a private party in your very own room, or Sunday morning coffee, they’ve got you covered! When reservations are full in the kitty room, don’t forget the cozy bar & cafe is always a great spot to chill.

Nine Lives Cat Café

1315 Shelby St #1, Indianapolis, IN 46203
317-602-5287

They are Indy’s first cat cafe! They believe in providing a place of enjoyment and relaxation for their customers. While you’re there, you’ll get to pet adoptable cats, sip on coffee or tea, color, knit or just de-stress. They’re proud to offer ethically sourced coffee, delicious teas, and local sweets.

Organic Cat Cafe

123 College St, Greenville, SC 29601
864-729-2450

The Organic Cat Cafe & Music Lounge is a meeting place for all cat lovers! You can enjoy organic and vegetarian/vegan food, snacks and drinks while playing with their friendly cats. Over 25 resident cats who permanently live in the cat cafe with many others up for adoption are waiting to meet you!

Orlando Cat Café

532 Cagan Park Ave Suite 201-203, Clermont, FL 34714
352-989-4820

Imagine relaxing with that steaming cup of Axum coffee or tea while watching the playful antics or listening to the soothing purrs of adorable, adoptable cats and kittens. That’s exactly the type of atmosphere you will encounter at the Orlando Cat Café! The Orlando Cat Café is both a cozy coffeehouse with comfortable furniture, premium coffee, tea and pastries, and 12 to 15 cats roaming freely in the spacious 1,000 square foot Cat Play Area/Adoption Area.

Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar

283 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401
843-212-5500

Ashley Brooks and Annaliese Hughes are the self-described crazy cat ladies behind Pounce Cat Cafe. Ashley and Annaliese are incredibly passionate about helping shelter animals in need and truly believe that their cafe is the future adoption model for shelter cats in the United States. In the years to come, they plan to shape and pioneer the cat cafe industry across the country to help cats, shelters, and people in cities everywhere.

Purringtons Cat Lounge

3529 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR
503-334-3570

Purringtons Cat Lounge is the first “cat cafe” & adoption center in the Pacific Northwest. They are America’s first cat cafe to serve beer, cider, wine and house made food. Hang out with adoptable cats while sipping beer & wine produced. They’ve got the kids covered as well with an assortment of all ages beverages!

River Kitty Cat Cafe

226 Main St, Evansville, IN 47708
812-550-1553

Over casual dinner conversation one evening, Annette Gries mentioned to Nancy Drake her idea for a cat café, something she had read about and was studying carefully. Fellow animal lover Nancy wanted in. “Steady as she goes” Annette and “full speed ahead” Nancy are as different as two people can be, but like salt and pepper, vinegar and oil and peanut butter and jelly, they formed a complementary blend. By recognizing and respecting the strength of their unique purrr-spectives, they brought to Evansville an exciting and fun combination of coffee shop delicacies and adoptable kitties that is River Kitty Cat Café.

Seattle Meowtropolitan

1225 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
206-632-2330

Their mission is to create experiences between humans and cats. They further their mission by placing cats in need into nurturing homes, working with cat rescues and shelters, and providing resources to organizations dedicated to improving the lives of cats. They work with their shelter partner Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) to house cats in their cat lounge with the goal of adopting them out to nurturing homes.

Stray Cat Cafe

1353 U.S. Hwy 220, Moorefield, WV 26836
304-530-2233

Stray Cat Café offers friendly service, plenty of cold drinks, and mouthwatering Mexican dishes. They have lively music, a pool table, and an overall upbeat casual atmosphere. Their large menu has an array of dishes for you to indulge and their margaritas are a must try.

The Brooklyn Cat Cafe

149 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
347-946-2286

At Brooklyn Cat Cafe, they are proud to be one of the earliest cat cafes in the US, and the first to launch in New York City’s most populous borough. They’re the only cafe in the city run by a non-profit animal rescue organization. Their mission is to save the city’s cats, and they advance it by offering a hip and inviting destination where cat lovers of all ages can interact with adoptable animals – and one another – while learning about pet rescue and care together too.

The Cat Cafe

472 Third Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
619-786-2289

They are located in the heart of downtown San Diego’s Marina District, at 472 Third Avenue. They serve a full selection of coffee drinks, featuring espresso drinks from Cafe Virtuoso and drip coffee from West Coast Coffee Roasters.