Mostly everyone starts their day with a hot cup of coffee; therefore, coffee houses are a growing business, with hundreds of shops in every state. Each one is trying to be different to win more clients and this is where the crazy ideas come in. There are coffee houses which only serve 'green' caffeine, some which practically force people into talking, by cutting off any source of internet and, at the other pole, places where a laptop is a must.
In California, however, there has been a new coffee house opening. It doesn't serve the best cookies to go with your hot drink, nor does it have a cartoon character mascot, but it is, for sure, a great place it gets delicious coffee from. And that's not the only thing. This is a cat cafe, a place where people can enjoy their coffee together with an adorable bur of fur on their lap; it's all about getting a feline fix. Cat cafes are a popular trend that originally started in Asia in the 1990s. Europe quickly borrowed the idea and numerous places like this started popping out all over the continent immediately.
To thoroughly set the theme, coffee at Cat Town Cafe is thought to be best served with feline-themed pastries to go. There is, evidently, a cat zone; colorfully painted walls with adorably cute animations, not to mention the cat playground and many comfortable chair and cushions. There, twenty cats are waiting for a nice, kind person to take them home. Apart from adopting an interestingly innovative idea, this kind of coffee shops has actually helped the cat adopting industry. Despite the fact that many kittens and not only, are thrown every day in the bin, the number of cats killed in Oklahoma shelters has now dropped by more than 20 percent.