Vienna opens 'Cat Cafe'
After three years of negotiations with city officials over hygiene issues, Austria opened its first cat cafe on May 4. 'Cafe Neko', "Neko" meaning cat in Japanese, was opened by Vienna resident Takako Ishimitsu, 47, from Japan. Customers can stroke and interact with their five feline hosts, who all came from an animal shelter and now freely roam about the cafe and take naps.
- Mon, May 7, 2012
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