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Cats' Cafe in Krasnoyarsk
31.10.2013 23:08
Cats' Cafe in Krasnoyarsk

An unusual cafe opens in Krasnoyarsk. In "Kis-Kis" café the guests will not only eat, but also communicate with cats. "It is assumed that there will be seven pets in our cafe. All of them are cats. They will live here, and we have already prepared special comfortable houses for them and many other things they need" - says Natalia Maximova, founder of “Kis-Kis" café. Public organization "Tails" that provides assistance to homeless animals will give seven cats from their organization to the owners of “Kis-Kis".

      The idea is that the visitors, who come to the café, may take the animal they like home. Thus, the owners and public organization "Tails" believe that they will help homeless animals to find their homes.

      Cats’ Café area is about 80 square meters. There will be no waiters, and payment will be time-based: weekdays 1.5 rubles per minute, at the weekend - 2 rubles per minute.

      This charge will include tea, coffee, biscuits and table games. It is also assumed that the cafe will become a platform for a variety of workshops.

      Krasnoyarsk is a city and the administrative center of Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia, located on the Yenisei River. It is the third largest city in Siberia after Novosibirsk and Omsk, with a population of 973,826.  


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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