A new cat cafe opens in DC, but its not for cats

A new pet cafe is opening in the heart of DC, the Flat Head Cat Cafe, but it isn’t for cats.

It’s for people who have flat-headed cats.

Flat Head Cat Café has been in business for six months, and has raised over $1,500 to help the animals in need.

Owner, Jennifer Stoddard, said the cafe, located on the National Mall in front of the White House, is a way to help her two cats, Midge and Coco.

She said Midge is so skinny, it takes a lot of pressure off of her feet.

She’s also so big that she’s not comfortable walking around in the open, but that’s where the cats come in.

The cat cafe was originally designed by Stoddards mother.

She wanted a place for people to come to eat and be comfortable, but she also wanted a cafe that would allow people to relax with their pets.

Stodds mother says the Flathead Cat Cafe opened on April 6.

Stodard hopes to open a new cafe soon.

The Flat Head Cafe’s main space has a lot more seating and is located in front the White house.

It also features a large open space, where visitors can sit and chat with the cats.

The cats will be fed at the cafe’s counter and will have free access to the outdoors.

The cafe will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.

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