Cat lovers know how to submit to our feline masters. Simply said, kitties rule. People in Talkeetna, Alaska, knew that. They appointed a four-legged pal to rule their town.
Some people relocate to Miami for the beaches, while others go to The Magic City for the cats. According to OneVet, Miami is the finest city for cats. Why? Miami tops the list of pet-friendly rentals, doctors, cat adoptions, cat cafés, and pet retailers. “Welcome to Miami”? More like “Welcome to Meowmi!” There will be more cat jokes, so seatbelt up.
Florida is second on OneVet's Best Cat Cities list. Florida water: what's in it? We think catnip. Your love of cats will increase in Orlando. Foster fluff balls till adoption through Kindness for Cats.
At The Kitty Beautiful cat café, you may chat with cats of all ages over kit-tea. Discover the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando's Whisker Workforce initiative, which employs mousers to control rodents. Many Floridians watch out for their pets.
Cat lovers in Denver are rising fast. OneVet reported the highest cat adoptions per 100,000 people in 2020 in the Mile High City, which offers much to keep cat lovers pleased.
Denver Cat Company, one of the first cat cafés in the nation, has helped over 3,000 cats find homes since 2014. Check out Gattara, an Italian restaurant with cat-themed décor (meaning “cat lady”). Finally, end the night with Denver's Apollo Peak cat wine, with names like Purrsecco and Pinot Meow.
Some cities have Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residences, but just one has a cat house. The famed American architect constructed a four-foot, modular cat house in Alliance, Ohio, in the 1950s. Not just that.
Visit the Feline History Museum's cat doll room and Cosey's silver Best in exhibition collar from an 1895 New York City cat exhibition. Mad Dogs & Crazy Cats pet store and cat café is next door to the museum in Alliance. Mad Dogs and Crazy Cats conducts weekly cat meditation, cat-themed tarot card readings, and pet-loss support groups.