Carlos Wong’s dream of a café featuring cats will become a reality in L.A.’s Chinatown this October

By People Staff
Updated September 17, 2014 01:25 AM
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California dreamin’ just got a lot furrier.

The state’s first cat café, called Catfe, is opening in Los Angeles’s Chinatown neighborhood in October, according to the LA Weekly – and it sounds like the service there is going to be cat-tastic.

Besides coffee, tea and other drinks, there will plenty of felines to pet and even adopt if you’re older than 18, says the magazine.

Catfe is the brainchild of Carlos Wong, who created a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year in hopes of bringing coffee and cats to the masses in the United States. According to the LA Weekly, he partnered with Chinatown BID and Best Friends Animal Society L.A. for the venture, which will also feature costumed maids and deejays.

Be sure to cat-ch the feline madness while you can: The café is only open Oct. 2-5.

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