Out and About at Tiny Lions cat cafe in Ann Arbor

FOX 2's Derek Kevra takes us to Tiny Lions in Ann Arbor where the cats roam free.

- Some pick Disneyland as the happiest place on Earth, while others say its Tiny Lions Cat Cafe in Ann Arbor.

"Mostly, people come and just hang out with cats. The majority of people have cats at home and just want to hang out with more cats," says manager Haley Chynoweth.

Located at Jackson and Zeeb roads, the building usually has 15-20 cats from the Huron Valley Humane Society roaming around free.

"Normally at a shelter, you come in and you have a couple minutes with a cat in a cage, but here you come in and get to see them climb on tables, and jump on counters. You know, all that stuff of stuff that they're going to do at home," says Chynoweth.

Getting into the cat cafe costs $4 per half hour and $7 per hour.  All the money goes back to the humane society for the cats.

For more information, visit www.tinylions.org


  • Popular

  • Recent

Stories you may be interested in - includes Advertiser Stories