Remember when you could join fan clubs for your favorite celebrity or brand and for our membership you would receive things each month – buttons, a news brief about whoever the fan club was for, maybe even a poster or pin to show off your love? And, if you were the biggest fan, you could even become fan club president!
Meow Parlour, New York’s first cat café, is launching a new cat crazy fan club based off those old-fashioned snail mail clubs!
Meow Parlour’s co-founders, Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand were inspired to create “Kazu and Company” by mail-order fan clubs of your and by a desire to include the rest of the country in the Meow Parlour madness.
The club is named after Emilie’s rescue Kazu, who passed away Marc 17, 2015. She had been a foster failure, and the kitty that had a driving force behind the Meow Parlour – a place where kitties like Kazu could have a new start in life and find their special fur-ever homes.
Each month, they’ll deliver little bits of cat related swag to fan club members, including buttons, postcards, greeting cards and letters from the “cat of the month” – this June it’s adorable Beetle.
A portion of the proceeds will go to supporting rescue cats—both those living at the café and at their adoption partner, KittyKind.
There are two tiers to the club Membership:
To join, go to the Meow Parlour’s website. What do you think? Tell us in the comments if you a ready to become a fan – or maybe even club president?