Cat Teahouse To Open In San Francisco

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Cat Teahouse To Open In San Francisco

A teahouse called KitTea is seeking to open in San Francisco and provide a place for patrons to sip tea and mingle with approximately 10 cats, which will be selected for their temperament from a local rescue service. What do you think?

  • “The cats I want to hang out with wouldn’t be caught dead in a place like this.”

    Ann Milliner
    Fitness Center Receptionist
  • “Ever since my cat died, I have been looking to get back out there and mingle."

    Jackson Grant
    Trolley Operator
  • “That’s fantastic! I usually have to sprinkle my tea with cat hair I brought from home.”

    Robert Gostigian
    Family Physician