Visit a Cat Cafe in San Francisco Through This 360 Video


Over the last two decades, cities around the world—from Tokyo to New York City—have started pairing caffeinated beverages with friendly felines. And now, San Francisco is continuing the trend with the Kit Tea cat cafe, Gizmodo reports.

The cafe opened last summer and, true to its name, features an assortment of gourmet teas and adoptable cats. Visitors must make an advance reservation to visit the cafe, which runs around $20 for an hour-long visit, and features an assortment of events and activities, including “Mewvie Nights” and a yoga class called “Cats on Mats.”

But if cats are your cup of tea but you’re not in the San Francisco area, you can still visit the cat cafe, thanks to the production company Everything is Film. The group created a nearly two-hour-long, 360-degree video of the cats of Kit Tea in action.

According to Gizmodo, Everything is Film claims their so-called “Catquarium” is the biggest cat video in the world, with a full 1 trillion pixels. Featuring feedings, playtime, and laser pointer theatrics, the video puts viewers right in the middle of everything. And, for anyone who doesn’t have the time to sit through the full video, the company lists timecodes for some of the more memorable moments on the video’s YouTube page. Check out “The #Catquarium 360º Cat Cafe” above.

[h/t Gizmodo]