Vancouver’s first cat cafe closer to becoming a reality

Global News

VANCOUVER – A cat cafe, where visitors can get a simple snack and a drink, and then go next door for some relaxing cat interaction is much closer to becoming a reality.

Vancouver resident Michelle Furbacher wants to open the city’s first cat cafe, something that is very popular in other parts of the world, such as Asia.

She has now met with Vancouver Coastal Health to find out what will be required of her to comply with food and safety regulations.

“I would have to set up the space so the cafe side and the cat side would have two separate entrances on to the street,” said Furbacher.

“As long as we’re not serving food on the cat side, but [customers] can buy food and take it into the cat side.”

Furbacher has also partnered with Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA), who will be providing the cats…

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