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The Cat Cafe will open soon in Newmarket, New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s first cat café will soon open in Newmarket. The non-profit organization Cat Tales Rescue will be on hand to snuggle up with customers. “These kittens will be available for adoption and you can spend time with them in the lounge area with pastries or hot drinks you get from the cafe side,” said Tipsy Tabby owner Kaitlyn Ferretts. Customers will not be able to bring their own cats to the cafe. The cafe is expected to open from mid-June to the end of June.

New Hampshire’s first cat café will soon open in Newmarket.

The Tipsy Tabby, located on Main Street, is still under construction.

Once construction is complete, the building will have two distinct areas: a lounge area and a café.

Kittens from the nonprofit Seabrook Cat Tales Rescue will be on hand to snuggle up to customers.

“These kittens will be available for adoption and you can hang out with them in the living room with pastries or hot drinks you get from the cafe side,” said Tipsy Tabby owner Kaitlyn Ferretts.

Customers will not be able to bring their own cats to the cafe.

The cafe is expected to open mid to late June.

Richard Dement

The author Richard Dement