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Customers mingle with cats that need homes at Cat Town Cafe, which opened in late October, has arranged more than 50 cat adoptions so far and claims to be the first permanent cat cafe in the U.S.
JIM WILSON / The New York Times

Customers mingle with cats that need homes at Cat Town Cafe, which opened in late October, has arranged more than 50 cat adoptions so far and claims to be the first permanent cat cafe in the U.S.

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