Ever considered applying for a job at a cat café? How would you prepare for your interview if the cats themselves were the hiring managers?
Via: The Purrington Post
RATS and cats aren't famous for their strong friendship, however this New York cafe en'tails' peace and harmony between the furry animals. The Brooklyn Cat Cafe located on Atlantic Avenue has recruited two rodents, Emile and Remy, to help care for young orphaned kittens.
If you're having a RUFF morning, Mi Cofi cafe in Taiwan is sure to put a smile on your face. The Café has taken latte art to a whole new level by using frothy milk, chocolate and a bit of patience to create the uncanny creations. Since posting pictures online the cafe has been flooded with photographs and requests from people hoping to see their beloved pet staring up at them from their morning cuppa.
Via: Caters News
Trains. Another public transportation system in which people usually pass the time on their phones, books, or just stare out the window and just day dream until arriving at their destination. Sounds relaxing enough… but you know what might be just a lot better? (This being said you're a cat person and aren't allergic to them…)
Playing with a bunch of kittens while waiting to get to your destination!
Come aboard the first ever cat café train… oh but it's in Japan (duh).
Cat cafés are becoming more and more popular around the world, but Tokyo is already ahead of the game once again, innovating the industry with new ways to interact with the animals. From bunny theme parks to reptiles with lunch, tour Tokyo's wildest animal cafés. Via: The Culture Trip
The idea of putting animals in a cafe so you can pet and admire them while you sip your coffee is nothing new. There are cat and even owl cafes. But how does the idea of snuggling up to a rat sound? Not necessarily everyone's cup of coffee.
"There are two means of refuge from the misery of life – music and cats" – (Albert Schweitzer)
That's the motto of cat Cafés around the world - a stress free space where cats and humans come along side each other and unwind. People pay to snuggle up on a cosy sofa and relax with a coffee in the company of feline friends. Ever since Cat Flower Garden, the first cat café that opened its doors in Taipei in 1998, cat lovers worldwide have taken notice and cat cafés have become a global craze, with storefronts opening up from Budapest to Brooklyn. In Japan only, there are more than 150 cat cafes. Though offerings vary, they all share an abundance of furry friends, plus some common sense rules—no flash photography and never wake a sleeping kitty! Here, we look at some of the coolest kitty hangouts around the world.