By Mike Pearce
Unsell told Seattle Magazine that "I knew that if I was going to open a Cat Cafe that it would have to benefit the animals in a huge way. Making the cats adoptable is a great way not only to help alleviate over-crowding in shelters but to give the kitties a platform to show off all they have to offer." To ensure this, most of the 10-15 cats will be available for adoption.
So, if you’re feeling down, craving a cuddle or just find yourself in need of a drink with some cats (alcohol will be served), make plans to visit Neko when it opens this spring.
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