For four days, Cat Cafe, Purina operated a pop-up cat cafe that gave patrons a chance to dine with 16 furry rescue cats, all of whom are available for adoption. The North Shore Animal League partnered with Purina One to supply the cats from its center in Port Washington. 

Patrons lined up to visit the cats and sip complimentary drinks. With so many rumored permanent cat cafes trying to open in America, it’s only a matter of time before cat cafes start becoming as common as Starbucks. In fact, an entrepreneurs out there might start thinking about franchising the cat cafe concept around the country and make money to take care of the cats.

To read about Purina’s temporary New York cat cafe, click here.