Are you looking for cosy seats with the room full of magnificent furry creatures? Calling all cat ladies and cat gentlemen, Birmingham Grand Central Station Cat Café brings you just about that plus with uniquely paw-some purrks.
Kitty Café is coming to Birmingham!
After the success of Kitty Café in Nottingham and Leeds, they are now expected to open their third branch in Birmingham at Grand Central Station. They want to spread warmth and cheers from cats roaming free.
The café is expecting to open its doors for everybody sometime in the middle of May. This time, they are proudly bringing over thirty rescued cats as your furry hostesses.
Not just any coffee shop in Birmingham
This brand-new café comes with large spaces covered in dynamic shades of colours. On top of that, Kitty Café is also a rehoming and rehabilitation facility for kittens and cats.
According to Katie Charles-Richards, the owner of the company, ‘We complete all their veterinary requirements because no expense is spared on our pussycats. Not only are our cats spoilt, but we also spoil our customers too.’
Yes, our four-legged friends are said to be the newest form of probiotics for humans. That said, this makes an ideal place for leisure and relaxation. And not only that, the visits help cats in finding their companions too.
Order food to purrfection
What’s on the menu? The Kitty Café brings a wide selection of goodies. They offer mouth-watering pizza, jacket potatoes, paninis, wraps, and salads. They serve an afternoon tea for two at a cost of £18.95 with a lot of inclusions such as Devonshire scones, sandwiches, and more.
Cakes are also served and you can choose from a variety of flavours including carrot cake, caramel mud, chocolate cheesecake, and more. These are offered with optional add-ons.
Your choice surely pairs well with their kitty mocktails, cold drinks, milkshakes, tea, coffee, and other beverages.
If you are concerned about hygiene, there is nothing to worry about. Kitty Café assures that they have a sealed glass kitchen that separates their team of trained kitchen staff from all those little paws.
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