Kittens Roam Freely In This Bookstore In Canada and Customers Can Even Adopt Them
When it comes to adopting pets you first thought would be to visit an animal shelter. However, if you just want to adopt a little kitty-cat, then have you tried going to a bookstore? Confused yet? As it turns out, you can adopt one at Otis & Clementine’s Books and Coffee just outside of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada. This bookstore took an innovative approach to convince people to rescue kittens. If you do walk into this bookstore to have a cup of Joe or to browse for a good read, you will definitely spot something adorable.
1There are kittens all over the place
There will be kittens all over the place- napping or playing around the books. These kittens are up for adoption as well. So, if you want to adopt any of the cats in the bookstore to give them a caring and loving home, you can do so at any time. Books, coffee, and cats, what more could you want?
2At Otis and Clementine’s Books and Coffee in Nova Scotia you can play with kittens and even adopt them if you like
According to the bookstore owner Ellen Helmke, there are several kittens and “usually a mama cat as well” at the store at all times. The kittens in the kittens bookstore are provided by the South Paw Conservation Nova Scotia rescue group. They aren’t just passerbys that have been taken in from the cold.
3The South Paw Conservation Nova Scotia rescue group provides the kittens
Helmke explained: “All the kittens are in and out fairly quickly, as they are adopted”. So if one particular kitty caught your eye when you visited Otis & Clementine’s in Upper Tantallon, then you need to act fast.
But, you can’t just pick one of them up and walk out the door to adopt them. Everything is managed by the South Paw Conservation group. To adopt a kitten it costs 255 Canadian dollars or 194 US dollars.
But, this fee covers everything and is inclusive of any medical expense as well. But before they can take their gamboling tabby home, all future owners need to provide references as well.