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This Weekend at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe

On Friday evening, head down to the Brooklyn Cat Cafe for Mewvie Night and enjoy a screening of The Lion King while hanging out with a bevy of adoptable local felines. Tickets are $20 and include soda and snack. The film starts at 7:30. Tickets can be purchased at the Cat Cafe site or at the door […]

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Meow Mixer to Benefit Infinite Hope Rescue

Join local animal rescue group Infinite Hope on Thursday, April 27th at Industry City Distillery for a fundraiser to support its work improving the lives of Brooklyn’s animals. An all-volunteer group, Infinite Hope was founded in 2004 and has placed over 1,500 animals in permanent and loving homes and has provided care to hundreds more cats through TNR […]

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Weekend Activities for Animal Lovers

Atlantic Avenue is Animal Central this weekend, with three events for folks of all ages, starting tonight. This evening at the Cat Cafe, enjoy a screening of Harry and Tonto. The Cat Cafe is run by Brooklyn Heights Animal Welfare Coalition, and proceeds from its events support the adoptable cats at the cafe and the organization’s […]

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Friday: Classic Mewvie Night at Brooklyn Cat Cafe.

On Friday night, join the felines at Brooklyn Cat Cafe for a screening of the 1938 comedy Bringing Up Baby starring Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn. Tickets are $20 and include a soda and a snack; proceeds contribute to the rescue, TNR, and adoption work of Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition. The show starts at […]

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Adopting A Cat: What To Expect

On Thursday at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe on Atlantic Avenue, Mike Phillips will talk about how to successfully integrate a  rescue cat into your home in his talk “Happily Ever After: Post-TNR Tips On Bringing a New Cat Home.” He’ll offer suggestions and techniques to calm adopters, cats and rescuers at all stages of the adoption […]

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Hallowe’en and Other Events at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe

The Brooklyn Cat Cafe on Atlantic Avenue continues to up its offerings, hosting a variety of events over the next few weeks to help benefit its rescue, trap-neuter-return, and adoption initiatives, connect our community with its feline inhabitants, and help the Cafe’s residents find their permanent homes. Check the Cafe’s website for details and ticket […]

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This Week’s Adoptable Pets: Julie and Cici

As temperatures fall, what could be better than a feline to snuggle up with on a chilly autumn afternoon? And what could warm your heart more than giving a home to a cat that really needs one? Fortunately, our friends at Infinite Hope and Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition (and of course the Brooklyn Cat […]

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Coming up at the Cat Cafe

Tonight! Every Thursday, the Brooklyn Cat Cafe offers some kid-free kitten time, with admission limited to those 14 and older. 5:30 – 7:00 pm. Every other Saturday, including this one (Sept. 24) is also an “adults only kitten happy hour,” from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Admission to the cafe (149 Atlantic Avenue) is $5, supporting the […]

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Cats and Crafts at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe on Saturday morning

Looking for something to do with the little ones on Saturday morning? Hands-on, for a good cause? Head on over the Brooklyn Cat Cafe at 149 Atlantic Avenue for an hour of Cats and Crafts with our neighborhood adoptable felines. This art class for children 3-7 years of age will provide the opportunity to create simple, […]

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Adoption Ambassadors And Struttin’ Your Mutt

Infinite Hope animal rescue is offering two ways to improve the lives of Brooklyn’s rescue animals. On Wednesday, Sept. 14th at 7 pm, join Infinite Hope at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe at 149 Atlantic Avenue to learn about becoming a foster home for pets that will be up for adoption. This is also a great opportunity to […]

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