News from Lucky Cat Café
Sip Coffee. Pet Cats. Relax.
Opened in 2018, Lucky Cat Café is a cozy adoption center, with a small coffee shop and gift shop, located in a 100-year-old blue house. Lucky Cat Café partners with Shamrock Foundation, which provides many of the cats that live at Lucky Cat Café. Visitors can sip on coffee and snacks while they pet and play with cats, all of which are adoptable!
Thursdays – Saturdays from 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Sundays from 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Entry Donations Fees
Thursdays & Fridays: $10.00/hr
Saturdays & Sundays: $12.00/hr
Children ages 6 and up are welcomed with a supervising adult. Reserve a time or walk-in on their website.
Spotlight on Shamrock’s Cats
He is our big ginger boy with a big, easy-going personality to match. Strawberry lived with a caring couple for two years but sadly had to be surrendered due to allergies. He is 2 years old.
Fiona was rescued with 4 tiny kittens, living in an abandoned car near Churchill Downs. She has amazing coloring that is mostly white with orange spots. She’s still adjusting to changes so she’s a bit timid temporarily but is slowly opening up to guests. About 1 year old.
This sweet girl was rescued from a “free cats” ad. She had kittens at the time, but they were adopted. Now it is Endora’s turn. Her coat is a beautiful brown swirly color and so soft – and must be touched to be believed. Two years old.
Pixie is a young mom (only one year old) to Padgett. She is a brown/gray tabby who is friendly and sweet. She was rescued from a terrible hoarding situation and happy to be around a dozen friends instead of 4x that number.
Padgett is Pixie’s daughter and 5 months old. Like her mom, she is a brown/gray tabby. Padgett is super friendly and loving. She loves scratches behind her ears. Rescued from a hoarding situation and happy to be around a smaller number of friendly cats.
Peace, Love & Meow
If you know someone who is looking for a furry friend, please share info about Lucky Cat Café. It is truly a unique and welcoming place.
Shamrock and Lucky Cat Café believe ALL cat cafés should be nonprofit, not a business where someone is making money from cat rescue and adoption. It is the ONLY nonprofit cat café in Kentucky.
Lucky Cat Café & Lounge is a 501(c)3 charity whose mission is to find permanent homes for homeless and abandoned cats by providing a temporary home until they are adopted. Run by volunteers. Donations are tax-deductible.