Need a Kitty Vacation?

Below are vacation spots where you can go to get a feline fix.

  • The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West, Florida — About 40 to 50 polydactyl cats (Hemingway’s favorite) live and reside there
  • The island of Tashirojima, Japan — Known as cat island; a large number of cats, shrines and monuments and cat-shaped buildings are found on the island
  • The island of Aoshima, Japan — Known as Japan’s lesser known cat island; the residents continue the feed the cats hoping for good luck and prosperity
  • Largo di Torre Argentina, Rome — 250 feral cats reside among the ruins where Julius Caesar was assassinated
  • Protestant Cemetery, Rome — This is the home of Rome’s most famous semi-feral cat colony
  • Houtong Coal Mine Ecological Park, Taiwan — The train station’s footbridge, that looks like a cat, connects to Cat Village, where 80 cats live
  • Turquoise Coast, Kalkan, Turkey — A large number of cats wander by the old mosque and walk along the Kalkan beach
  • Neko Bar, Akanasu, Tokyo — The world’s first kitty pub
  • Calico, Tokyo — The largest and oldest cat café in Tokyo is home to 28 felines
  • Cat’s Store, Tokyo — Tokyo’s very first cat café is still going strong
  • Cats Theatre, Moscow — Watch the talented felines perform astounding acrobatic feats
  • Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, London — Named after Alice in Wonderland’s cat, this was London’s first cat café and is home to 11 feline residents
  • Le Bristol, Paris — Fa-Raon and Kleopatre, the resident felines watch over this Parisian palace hotel
  • The Algonquin Hotel, New York City — Matilda, the resident feline can be found at this hotel
  • Kishi Station, Japan — Tama works four days a week and has her own office at the Wakayama Electric Railway; Tama even has an official title, she is the station master
  • Le Café des Chats, Paris — 12 cats live at this café
  • KitTea, San Francisco — KitTea is San Francisco’s first cat café where you can see 10 to 12 cats
  • The Cat Town Café, Oakland, California — The Cat Town Café was the first cat café in the U.S. and still stands as the only non-profit café. At any time, there are 8 to 24 free roaming cats available for adoption
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