The Cat Rooms


High Energy Room


How does it work?
We charge $5 per half hour of kitty time, per person. This goes to the care and supplies of the cats. We thank you for supporting Browncoat Cat Rescue!


Are kids allowed?
Yes! We do ask that they are accompanied by a chaperone, who must be 16 or older. Children 12 and under are free with adult admission. We also ask that there are no more than 3 children per chaperone. Any extra children may incur a normal cat room charge. In addition, we do have an age limit for our low energy room of 8 and older. Thank you!

Is food allowed?

Unfortunately we do not allow food into the cat rooms, but drinks are permitted in closed-lid containers. We're more than happy to put your drink in a to-go cup so you can take it with you!

What else should I know?
We have two cat rooms here at Alley Cat!

The High Energy Room houses the more playful, social kitties. This room is visible from the cafe seating area to watch kitty shenanigans! (Great for people with allergies!)

The Low Energy Room is nice and quiet, and tucked in the back of the store. It houses the cuddly ones, who are happy to sit in your lap (or just near you) while you enjoy your coffee or tea.

Do you accept donations?
Absolutely! Things Browncoat Cat Rescue always needs are:

Cat Litter (World's Best)
Paper Towels
Trash Bags/Doggy Bags
Towels and Rags

Cat food (Our cats are fed Earthborn, but others will be given to feral colonies that BCR monitors.)

And, of course, monetary donations are always welcome and extremely helpful. Click here for our current GoFundMe.

How else can I help?

Our cat rooms are monitored by volunteers, which we could always use! Go to About Us -> Volunteering for more information.


If you're interested in fostering, BCR is always in need of foster homes. Contact for more information.

Low Energy Room