In October 2017, The Cat Cafe sent five cats to good homes and raised $293 to help The Rescue House carry out its mission of saving cats. The five cats who went home, Blaise, Yogi, Lila, Nathan, and Finley, brought the total number of cats sent home by The Cat Cafe to 261 since January 2015.
“It’s always fun to send cats home,” said Tony Wang, general manager of The Cat Cafe. “Sometimes, though, if they’ve been with us for a while, it can be a little bittersweet. So while we were really happy that Nathan and Lila went home, it was a little sad for us to know they wouldn’t be greeting us when we came in the next day. But sending Ninja Nate and Little Liles home means that we are able to help The Rescue House take care of more cats.”
“We’re also happy that our customers helped us raise close to $300 for The Rescue House,” added Wang. “This goes directly into helping The Rescue House with the supplies and services they need to keep operating. People like the ones contributing are a big part of the reason why The Rescue House has been able to send over 13,000 cats to good homes since they were founded in 1999.”
In addition to giving you the results from October, we want you to meet the newest member of the clowder. The Rescue House decided we didn’t have any fluff at The Cat Cafe. So, they figured we needed a long hair cat.
And that is why they brought Roxy in to join the clowder at The Cat Cafe. Roxy is a black and white domestic long hair. She’s very inquisitive and friendly when it’s quiet. Even when there are a lot of people, she peeks out into the playpen to see what’s going on. This four year old tells the other members of the clowder to back off if they get too close. But we’re sure that will change once she gets used to the space.
Roxy’s arrival brings the number of cats in our clowder to 12. Come on in, enjoy a coffee, and have fun with them!