Following successful ventures in Nottingham and Leeds, the well-known chain of cat cafés will be opening a branch in Birmingham this May.
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Birmingham will soon be home to its very own cat café, after prominent café chain Kitty Café announced that it would be moving into Grand Central in the spring. Having started in Nottingham and moved successfully into Leeds, the chain hopes that their West Midlands foray will prove to be an equally successful venture: ‘We have been embraced with open arms by the people of Nottingham and Leeds, and hope that the lovely people of Birmingham will do the same’, says café owner Katie Charles-Richards.
Boasting an impressive 30 cats, the majority of which will be rescued cats from around Birmingham, the café promises to help rehabilitate and rehome the cats that populate its store. In addition, all cats will be treated to the highest veterinary requirements: ‘No expense is spared on our pussycats’.
Visitors to the café will find a varied menu that includes afternoon tea (£18.95 for two people), pizza (£8.95) and a series of cakes and other delicacies.
Kitty Café will be moving into the unit currently occupied by Handmade Burger Co. in the Grand Central complex in mid-May, with further announcements coming soon.
Keep up with the progress of the cafe via their website.
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