Thursday, December 4, 2014

Cats and Kindness

I just read about a kitty cafe called KitTea that just opened in San Francisco. While it's not a place you can bring your own cat (and seriously, that would probably be a bad idea). It's a place where rescued cats can be petted, loved on, and maybe even adopted while visitors can relax while sipping tea or coffee and getting to know their potential new best friend. Oakland was first with this idea, with Cat Town Cafe.

1 comment:

David said...

Cherie, what a great idea for cat adoptions. What better way to get to know your future pet than over a cup of tea. My wife always chose the family pets and they were from the shelter or friends litters. She would spend hours petting and playing with each choice to pick just the right one. I was never so patient but the one we came home with was always the right one for the family. She taught me that it takes time to pick out the right pet for the family especially since the pet will most likely be with the family for a 10 to 15 years. I was never really a pet in the house kind of kid or adult but for the sake of my kids and wife, we had pets in the house. Since the last dog died soon after my wife, I've not felt the need for a pet. I'm gone from the home too much to keep a pet cooped up or have to provide care while I'm gone for several days. Well, that's just me. I've always been sort of a recluse. I just like being alone but I've learned to be an extrovert at times because I know that being a hermit is not a good thing for a person.

Have a great cat comforting day.