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Toronto's first cat cafe opening on Monday

After waiting through countless rumours and an unsuccessful crowd-funding campaign, we can happily announce that Toronto's first ever cat cafe is opening this Monday, November 16.

We previously spoke to the team behind TOT the Cat Cafe, at 298 College Street, who had hoped to get their business up and running by September. Regardless of the delay, your dreams of cuddling up with a furry feline friend and a warm beverage will finally become a reality next week.

To celebrate this monumental occasion, TOT is hosting a grand opening event this weekend. But, you'll have to get on the guest list to attend.

Regular hours, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., start on Monday. If you want access to the cat room, you'll have to pay $8, but that also includes a drink. Remember, there won't be cats roaming the place; TOT is also a regular cafe.

Will you visit Toronto's first cat cafe? Let us know in the comments.


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