— A couple in England wants to join cineastes and cat lovers in a setting called Great Kitten.
— Leon the Munchkin Cat runs the show in this small cafe; we're just allowed to be there.
— A resort I visited in Mexico offers tourists a cat fix by caring for local strays on site, and I've since learned that other resorts do the same thing.
— Meow Parlour was designed around the cats. We take a look at how well they have it.
— Feline groovy: Hanging out with Emilie Legrand and the cats up for adoption in Meow Parlour.
— See pictures of the first lucky cats having a ball in New York's first permanent cat cafe.
— The celebrity chef donates her cat food to Meow Parlour as well as KittyKind, the no-kill shelter that provides adoptable cats.
— After a year of hype, only two exist in the country, and they're both in Montreal; it seems a lack of cat-loving landlords is behind the delay.
— I chat with a few founders of Seattle Meowtropolitan, an ideal blend in a city that's driven by coffee and filled with cat lovers.
— It was my birthday, and we recently moved to Japan; what better place to spend my birthday?
— "Our mission is to get cats out of the Oakland shelter," says co-proprietor Ann Dunn.
— Visiting this cat cafe was among many cat-centric things my husband I did on honeymoon.
— In which I take a press tour of the Purina ONE Cat Cafe in New York City's Bowery neighborhood.
— I ask about running the business, dealing with animals, and the fundraising campaign.
— KitTea will be a Zen-like place where people can relax, hang out with cats, and yes, drink tea.
— What's that? It's Cat Day in Japan, where "nyan nyan nyan" roughly translates to “meow meow meow," and it's Saturday, Feb. 22.
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