Professional bakers Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand are on a mission to save stray cats. So much so, in fact, that the feline-adoring social entrepreneurs co-founded a unique small business in Lower Manhattan in New York City dedicated to helping homeless kitties find forever homes.
The close friends’ budding business, nestled in a bright, windowed open space, is purr-fectly called Meow Parlour. The enterprise, launched in 2015 on the heels of a successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, is a serene urban escape where Big Apple residents can rent time to relax and unwind with a furry flock of free-roaming and adoptable feline friends.
“Seventy percent of cats that enter shelters are euthanized,” Ha said. “There are a lot of cats that are out there that are looking for homes. At Meow Parlour, our focus is on harder to adopt cats, which include shy cats, undersocialized cats, cats who have had a tough life … and three-legged cats,
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