BTRtv’s Johanna Botta visits the first and only cat cafe in New York City, where you get to eat your cake and pet a cat too. And for those who may visit and can’t bear to leave their new feline pal behind, Meow Parlour makes it easy for to take a furry friend home through their partnership with Kitty Kind.
Featured songs in this episode: “Black Lemon” by Generationals
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