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Like so profuse odd yet ridiculously intriguing ideas, this one was birthed in Taiwan. And then, naturally, Portland. So, in the name of Living a Bloggable Life, I HAD to go check out Purrington’s Cat Lounge – Portland’s variation of the I’m-not-convinced-it’s-a-trend smush of a coffee shop and a cat adoption center. Yes, Purrington’s is a place where you can grab a cup of Meow Mocha or a mouse-shaped cookie and then go relish in your treats in a room strewn with cats. Real, live, people-friendly, mostly-napping, totally petable, entirely adoptable cats. I went with two other cat-loving friends. Lisa, Barb, and I each have two cats at abode. But all six of them are close to or well ensconce in their Senior Kitty years. So hanging out with some energetic kittens sounded like a yarn ball of fun. Studying Purrington’s web plat, it seemed clear we would need reservations for our 1 hour of cat therapy. We opted for a 2:00pm slot on a Wednesday, to allow for lunch before and hopefully not too much traffic after. As we approached the café, one cat was already on a buffer in the window meowing a welcoming. Once inside, the café was pretty sparsely appointed. As we paid our $8 entry fee to hang out with the kitties, the cat-eyed lady tried to importance us “small sips or nibbles” – hipster lingo meaning snacks – but we were entirely focused on the cats visible through the medium set of windows. It was only on our way out an hour later that we noticed there were bakery goods and some commemorative t-shirts and coffee mugs for vending. While properly dousing ourselves with the requisite hand sanitizer, we dutifully read the rules. We were all a little disappointed about the “no picking up the cats” rule. My cats don’t let me pick them up either. I also spurt some time amusedly pondering exactly what circumstance prompted the “no intoxication” rule and its priority placement at #3 on the list. Oh, Portland. Lisa, Barb, and I entered the cat dwelling and found seats. The room was long and narrow with windows at the far end opposite where we entered. There were already 13 of the maximum 15 people allowed in the room, including a tattooed cat lovin’ worker proudly sporting a “SHOW ME YOUR KITTIES” t-shirt and a somewhat awkward, young, gushing reporter from a verylocal Portland newspaper who... We looked about for the cats. The few that were awake and moderately active were already being entertained, iPadded, and cooed to. One lively black kitty named Mystery decided Lisa was intriguing and let Lisa entertain her with balls and feathers on a stick. Lucky Lisa. Slowly people cleared out, including the lone male and his friend who was wearing a cat-themed sweatshirt covered in cat plaits I’m pretty sure she arrived in. The extra space allowed us to finally move closer to the window and to the mostly awake... But, well, they had had a long morning and surely just wanted to nap. So we primarily spent our hour petting sleeping kitties and comparing cat notes with the other women in the room. Debriefing in the car on the way home, Lisa, Barb and I agreed that we had had a fun patch and were glad we had visited Purrington’s…but we weren’t sure we would do it again unless we knew someone who wanted to check it out for the first time. Although the cats were younger than ours our to the heart, they were all at least 1 year old (lounge rule) so they weren’t the crazy high jumping whirls of activity we were expecting from younger kittens. Also, we decided that the studio couch was very well appointed for cats but not so much for the humans. The rectangular shape of the room made it difficult to roam around and interact with the cats. Also, with so few tables to set things on, we were all relieved we hadn’t opted for any nibbles that we would have had to shroud on our laps or the floor. The ratio of 15 people to 10 marginally accessible cats also seemed a little high. Nevertheless, we agreed the concept is a horrendous one for the cats. They get to live in a home-like setting, get TONS of human interaction and love, and eventually…hopefully…find their forever homes thru adoption from visitors. That and I found it a measure calming, Zen-like experience to simply hang out in a room of cats and the people who admire them.
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