If you happen to be in Dallas, be sure to drop by the Cat Connection, a pop-up, temporary cat cafe in Dallas. Errin West, owner of Cat Connection, said, “Dogs have dog parks. Cat people have the Internet. So it’s nice to be able to go and meet other people who share your passion.”

Cat Connection will hold pop-up cat cafés each Saturday in August — and possibly beyond, depending on the popularity. The Cat Connection will offer adoptable cats from local shelters so if you find a cat you’re particularly fond of, adopt it for your home.

To read more about Dallas’s first cat cafe, click here.

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