The Stray Cat Cafe
5866 Washington Blvd.
The walls of the Stray Cat Cafe
are decorated with the whimsi-
cal cat art of local artist Jessica
Lovelace. The cafe menu features
American sandwich and sundae
favorites with quirky feline names.
Curly fries are listed as Mouse Tails
and onion rings are Tail Chasers.
The cafe’s signature Catnip Dip is a
cheesy spinach and artichoke dip
made fresh daily and served with
warm pita wedges and tricolor tortilla chips.
Owned by Pam McAlwee and
Ross Underwood, The Stray Cat
Cafe is the sister establishment to
the Lost Dog Cafe and supports the
twosome’s Lost Dog and Cat Rescue
Foundation, which rescues and places more than a thousand abandoned
dogs and cats in forever homes
every year. A portion of your bill
automatically goes to support the
foundation. All of the cats featured
in framed photographs on the walls
are rescued felines, and some are still
available for adoption.
Ziggy (pictured) and
Fudge “work” as feline
muses for Sandy Robins,
an award-winning multi-
media pet lifestyle expert
and pet industry person-
ality. They have helped “write” three books,
including The Original CAT FANCY Cat
Bible (I- 5 Press, 2014). When he is not lying
on her desk blocking the computer screen,
Ziggy likes to play fetch with his toys and
direct food operations in the kitchen. Learn
more about Sandy at sandyrobinsonline.com.
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