New Cafe Helps Cats

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A group in Pennsylvania recently opened a cafe in which all proceeds benefit animal rescue.

PALS (Pet Adoption and Lifecare Society) knew they needed a source for ongoing funding and so a unique idea for fundraising was born: a little cafe in Devon called The Black Cat Cafe. Pat Maloney, vice president of PALS said, “…no rescue makes enough (funds) from adoption donations to pay for itself. The more money we have, the more animals we can save.”

The cafe is open Tuesday-Friday for breakfast and lunch and serves a variety of homemade food, including vegetarian and vegan options. Executive Chef Paula George is the only paid staff member; all others are volunteers.

Last year, PALS found homes for more than 1,000 animals. They expect restaurant funds to double that number within a year.

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