Looking for cat cafes in Nevada?
There are some great cat cafes – and cat adoption centers – in Nevada. The beauty of visiting a cat cafe is that you get comfortable surroundings and refreshments.
Whether you’re looking for a unique experience or you’re looking to adopt a cat in need of a loving forever home, I recommend finding the nearest cat cafe to you from the list below:
Cat Cafes in Nevada
|Cat Cafe||Tel Number||Address||Website|
|Rescued Treasures Cat Café||702-629-6351||Las Vegas, NV||palnv.org|
|Enchanted Cat Café||775-418-9700||Reno, NV||enchantedcatcafe.com|
Rescued Treasures Cat Café
Address – 4155 N Rancho Dr, Suite 150, Las Vegas, NV 89130
Phone – 702-629-6351
Website – https://palnv.org/
Rescued Treasures Cat Café mission statement is, “To build communities that improve the lives of our community cats!”
At Rescued Treasures Cat Café, they adopted 326 cats in 2020 and 338 cats in 2021. The numbers show that they’re making a huge difference to the homeless cat population in Las Vegas.
You can book a cafe session, where you’ll hang out with cats while drinking coffee, as well as cat yoga and Meowie movie nights.
Enchanted Cat Café
Address – 8555 Double R Blvd Suite 104, Reno, NV 89511
Phone – 775-418-9700
Website – https://enchantedcatcafe.com/
Enchanted Cat Café is Reno’s first dedicated cat cafe. They have a cafe and meeting space/cat lounge with more than 1,200 sqft where you can hang out with their free-roaming cats.
The cat lounge is separate from the cafe, so you can bring someone along who isn’t as keen and leave them outside of the lounge.
They have partnered with a local bakery to create a delicious menu, so you’re not going to leave hungry.
What to Expect at a Cat Cafe
If you’ve never been to a cat cafe before, you’re in for a real treat.
Basically, you get to enjoy drinks and food while being surrounded by cats. Personally, I can’t think of why there aren’t more cat cafes!
One really important thing I will point out is that you should always visit the website of the cafe you’re planning on going to before you arrive.
You will almost certainly need to book a time slot, as cat cafes can only allow a small number of people in at a time to ensure the cats are not stressed by the amount of foot traffic.
Some cat cafes will also ask you to sign a waiver of some kind. This is just to ensure the safety of their cats – and you – from a legal standpoint, it’s completely normal.
When you’re in a cat cafe, it’s up to you to enjoy the drink, food, and cats. Every cafe is different, you never know how many cats will be there, but there’s usually plenty.
Something else to keep in mind is that most cat cafes are also pet adoption facilities. They take in at-risk cats in need of a home and usually have them up for adoption.
It’s a great way to generate some interest in these cats and either give them a happy new home in the cafe or ultimately at the home of someone who comes through the door.
How Cat Cafes Help At-Risk Cats
There is sometimes the misconception that cat cafes are there for the entertainment of customers and to make as much money for the owners as possible.
This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Every cat cafe I’ve reviewed had formed partnerships with local rescues and were taking in at-risk cats and giving them a new home.
Not only that, but most cafes make it simple to adopt any of their cats so you can give them a forever home.
Combine this with the fact that it’s harder to make a cat cafe profitable than a regular cafe and they make donations to local cat rescues, and you can see why cat cafes are a great, ethical, business idea.
So, if you want to do your part for the local homeless cats in your state, whether you can adopt a cat or not, by dropping in at a cat cafe you’re donations are going to a good cause.
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:
|Missouri||Nevada||New Jersey||New York|
*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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