UK’s first ‘cat cafe’ opens in England’s ‘Narnia’

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A cafe filled with cats has opened in England’s Narnia by former wildlife hospital owner Liz Dyas.

Dyas has become owner of Britain’s first cat cafe, which is a haven of holistic therapy, organic food and independent retail and its town sign was graffitied with the words “Twinned with Narnia”, the Daily Express reported.

The cat cafe phenomenon began in Asia with the world’s first opening in Taipei, Taiwan, in 1998 and is now hugely popular in Japan where living conditions are often too cramped for pet ownership.

It charges customers an hourly fee that allows them to relax with a drink and a cat to stroke, which is a form of on-site pet rental-meets-pet therapy.


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