New LB Cafe for Some Cool Cats

Get into the FELINE of PURRFECTION as cat lounges have been popping up all over the country and now Long Beach has it’s very own Feline Good Social Club.

Founder and Owner Pam Leslie

The Feline Good Social Club has up to 25 cats and occasional kittens in the nursery for people to spend some quality time with. The only rule against the ‘Kitty Komandments’ is picking up cats, but you can snuggle and let them curl up on your lap.

Other rules to abide to include: 

  • Visitors must sanitize their hands before playing with the cats
  • Animals must be treated kindly and respectfully 
  • Cats can not leave the lounge area 
  • While photography is allowed, the Social Club only asks that you turn off the flash.

Outside food is allowed if you’re careful not to share with the cats, no matter how much the cute little eyes beg. Since they are on a special diet, please do not bring in treats. The Social Club has snacks on hand if you want to spoil them.

Admission is $15 for one hour and covers the overhead of keeping the doors open and the cats purring away. With additional pricing for seniors, students, volume purchasing and special events, reservations are recommended to ensure enough cats are available to visit.

The number of guests is limited to 25 to keep a calm environment and to avoid over-stimulating the cats. There is also a retreat room for felines to unwind and take a break from the hustle and bustle.

Children under the age of seven are not allowed for the safety of the cat and kids between the ages of 7 and 12 must have a parent or guardian with no more than two children per adult.

The Feline Social Club website links to an Amazon wishlist, a page of fundraisers and a volunteer and foster application. All cats are available for adoption through Long Beach Felines with an approved application. There is also an online shop with merchandise, apparel and original artwork.

The Social Club is located at 301 Atlantic Ave and is open Monday through Sunday from the hours of 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The last time for visitors is 6 p.m.

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By Casey N. Wilson

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