List of Cat Cafes in Mississippi (Find a Cat Cafe Near You!)

Cat Cafes in Mississippi

Looking for cat cafes in Mississippi?

Unfortunately, at the time of writing this, there were no cat cafes in Mississippi – at least not in the modern sense.

That means it might be a good idea to start a cat cafe in Mississippi, so if you’ve ever had a dream of running one, why not consider it?

With no cat cafes to recommend, I thought I’d list a few cat rescues instead as the next best thing:

Cat Cafes Rescues in Mississippi

Cat RescueTel NumberAddressWebsite
Pretty Kitty601-618-1951Jackson, MSprettykittytnr.org
Mississippi Animal Rescue601-969-1631Jackson, MSmsarl.org
Southern Pines Animal Shelter601-544-6632Hattiesburg, MSsouthernpinesanimalshelter.org
Cedar Hill Animal Sanctuary662-356-6636Caledonia, MScedarhillanimalsanctuary.org

Pretty Kitty TNR Kitty Adoption Center

Address – 5860 N Commerce Plaza, Jackson, MS 39206

Phone – 601-618-1951

Website https://prettykittytnr.org/

As a volunteer-based, nonprofit charity, Pretty Kitty TNR Kitty Adoption Center needs all the support it can get from locals to help them carry on saving at-risk cats in Mississippi.


Mississippi Animal Rescue

Address – 5221 Greenway Dr Exd, Jackson, MS 39204

Phone – 601-969-1631

Website http://www.msarl.org/

Mississippi Animal Rescue (MARL) has placed more than 58,000 animals into loving homes to date, not just cats, but all animals.


Southern Pines Animal Shelter

Address – 1901 N 31st Ave, Hattiesburg, MS 39401

Phone – 601-544-6632

Website https://www.southernpinesanimalshelter.org/

Southern Pines Animal Shelter has a save rate of more than 90%, and they’re proud to say it’s due to all the help they receive from the community.


Cedar Hill Animal Sanctuary

Address – 144 Sanctuary Loop, Caledonia, MS 39740

Phone – 662-356-6636

Website https://www.cedarhillanimalsanctuary.org/

Cedar Hill Animal Sanctuary is a true cat rescue, they take in all cats from domestic cats to tigers and lions. At the time of writing this, they had almost 200 domestic cats!


How Cat Cafes Help At-Risk Cats

There is often the misconception that cat cafes are created for the entertainment of customers. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Every cat cafe I’ve reviewed found all of their cats at local rescues and used the cat cafe as an adoption center more than a profit-making business.

In addition to giving homeless cats a new home and an interactive lounge, cat cafes typically also put all of their cats up for adoption.

So, it’s more accurate to look at a cat cafe as a pet adoption business with the cafe aspect to get more customers through the door than it is a cafe with cats (if that makes sense).

If you want to do your part for homeless cats in your state, visiting a cat cafe is the best thing you can do.

You don’t have to be able to adopt one of their cats, any money you spend is going to go towards a good cause.

Plus, you get to hang out with cats, have good coffee and food, and enjoy a unique experience – it’s a win-win.

Where Do Cats Come From in Cat Cafes?

More often than not, the cats in cat cafes come from local rescues and shelters.

Cat cafes typically partner up with shelters to effectively raise awareness for at-risk cats by giving them a place to live where they’ll get lots of attention and hopefully be adopted.

If you check the website for a cat cafe, they should provide all the details regarding where their cats are coming from as well as how you can adopt one.

This is why cat cafes are ethical businesses. The cats are not there purely for the amusement of customers, the owners are trying to give them a better life.

At the very least, the cats get out of the shelter and into a better environment – and you as a customer get a fun experience meeting cats.


Find a Cat Cafe Near You: State Listings

If you want to find more cat cafes near you or across the US, please click any of the states below to see a list of cat cafes in that state:

AlabamaArizonaCaliforniaColorado
ConnecticutFloridaGeorgiaIllinois
IndianaIowaKentuckyLouisiana
MarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesota
MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
PennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexas
UtahVirginiaWashingtonWisconsin
AlaskaHawaiiMississippiMontana
NebraskaNew Mexico

*All information was as correct as possible at the time of publishing. If you can see any of the information is now out of date, please drop me a message and I’ll update it, thanks!

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