A ‘purrfect’ café

Kathleen Hughes coos at a kitten named Jordan at the pop-up trial in Chinatown of Los Angeles’ first cat café — Catfé. Hughes heard about the opening from her daughter and the news. Hughes has always been a lover of cats and has rescued a tabby of her own named Star. Hughes has been an actress since the 1950s. Her credits include the films “It Came From Outer Space” (1953), “Cult of the Cobra” (1955) and “Revenge” (1990). / photo by Helen Arase
Kathleen Hughes coos at a kitten named Jordan at the pop-up trial in Chinatown of Los Angeles’ first cat café — Catfé. Hughes heard about the opening from her daughter and the news. Hughes has always been a lover of cats and has rescued a tabby of her own named Star. Hughes has been an actress since the 1950s. Her credits include the films “It Came From Outer Space” (1953), “Cult of the Cobra” (1955) and “Revenge” (1990). / photo by Helen Arase

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