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If you ever wanted to adopt a cute little kitty-cat, your first recall would probably be to go to an animal shelter. However, have you thought of going to … a bookstore?

Otis& Clementine’s Books and Coffee is a bookstore just outside of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, that took an innovative approach to convince people to rescue kittens. When you come in to browse for a good read or have a cup of Joe, you’ll spot something rare. Extraordinarily cute, that is.

Kittens! And lots of them! Playing around and siesta among the books. And probably speaking Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat when no one’s gazing. The best part is, you can adopt any of the felines in the bookstore and give them the forever residence they deserve. “Cat-o-nine-tails”, coffee, and works. Can it get any better than that?

Welcome to Otis& Clementine’s Books and Cofee where you can play with kittens and even adopt them!

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The bookstore owner Ellen Helmke told Narcity that there was still several kittens and “usually a momma cat as well” in the shop at any time. But the bookstore kittens aren’t precisely passersby take place within from the coldnes. They’re provided by the South Paw Conservation Nova Scotia save group.

The kittens are provided by the South Paw Conservation Nova Scotia salvage group

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If you happen to be in Upper Tantallon and call Otis& Clementine’s and ensure a feline friend whom you utterly adore, then you’d better number fast. “All the kittens are in and out fairly quickly, as they are adopted, ” Helmke explained.

However, adopting these cattos isn’t as easy as picking them up and going out the door. South Paw Conservation succeeds everything and it expenditure 255 Canadian dollars( or 194 US dollars) to adopt a kitten. The adoption cost encompasses everything, including any medical expenses. What’s more, future baby owners too required to provide references before bringing their gamboling tabby home.

Over 30 felines adopted with regard from the bookstore so far

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Helmke started the kitten following platform last year when she realized that there’s plenty of infinite in her shop for cute cattos. So far, over 30 cats from the bookstore were adopted. And we’re sure that this digit will rise.

“People come here specific to see the felines, and then some people merely wander in to look at volumes and discover there are kittens, ” she told Global News. “Either way, the response has been really great–I mean, who doesn’t adore kittens, right? ”

She lent: “We have a hundred percentage approval pace, which is fantastic.”

“I’m so happy to construction my customers glad when they come in and they’re only thrilled to see a kitten they weren’t expecting … It’s amazing and attains me happy to come to work.”

The book shop has a 100% adoption charge!

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Bored Panda reached out to South Paw Conservation Nova Scotia to hear about their friendship with the bookstore, as well as to learn more about what they do. This month alone, the rescue radical rescued 3 kittens, 4 “cat-o-nine-tails”, 6 puppies and 2 dogs.

“Otis& Clementine’s Books and Coffee is one of numerous enjoying foster homes that furnish an enriching medium for our kittens and cats. It’s amazing to have this unique pulpit to help home our kitty-cats, ” a representative of South Paw Conservation told Bored Panda.

“South Paw Conservation rescued 30 puppies in 2019 from the Bahamas and Antigua and well over 50 kittens and felines locally. Really hoping the scaffold of courtesy we receive from Otis& Clementine’s will help us to find loving homes, render proper medical care, food and offspring through subscriptions and spay/ neuter even more kittens within the province in 2020. ”

According to the rescue group’s rep, all of their cats and kittens are “vet checked, inoculated, feline leukemia tested, treated with revolution, and dewormed within the first few days of appearance or when healthy/ old-time enough.”

“We have a spay and neuter platform put together with neighbourhood vets( Hammonds Plain Veterinary Hospital/ Tantallon Veterinary Hospital) to keep the cost down for the potential family. Homing kittens or felines is not first come first serve. We try to home our newborns with the best possible fit. Some are in need of more quiet room free from other swine, but still maybe enjoy the huddles at night and some are more lively and outgoing.”

They continued: “Some of our kittens require to be bottle-fed or even exactly be in a room where they can be monitored 24 hours per day. We have an stunning promote system that helps us to meet all their needs. All of this is formed possible through gifts and approval fees.”

The beings working with South Paw Conservation aid swine and beings outside of Nova Scotia as well.

“We just did a preservation excursion to Antigua earlier this month. We took 5 people. We invested time in a psychiatric hospital doing crafts with residents, toiled in a soup kitchen, rescued 7 puppies and pups which we will provide shelter and medical care for until they are able to return to Canada with us. We took 5 bags of humanitarian supplies and brought 3 puppies residence with us.”

“We are headed back to Antigua on March 4th to bring home 6 of the puppies we rescued and one 10 -month-old we have had in promote since August. We are fundraising like crazy to pay all the medical and travel costs.

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