By Alyssa Pereira

It was a real long time coming, but San Francisco’s first cat cafe, KitTea, is finally open to the public.

The cat cafe, which is the second (permanent) one in the Bay Area after Oakland’s Cat Town Cafe is currently taking reservations for visit and play with the temporary resident cats, but also houses a sunny cafe (separate from the feline area), where passerbys can stop in just for a cup of coffee or tea.

Obviously, though, the main focus is on the felines. In its soft opening, as SF Weekly reports, the cafe has already found forever homes for seven cats, and is raising funds to take care of more with every donation and reservation to visit.

Speaking of reservations, you may want to make yours pronto — the space allows walk-ins, but the weekends are mostly booked up for the rest of the summer.

Visit SF Weekly for pictures and an interview with KitTea’s co-founder Michael Wiggins. Make reservations here.


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