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Do you like coffee? Sweets? Cats? If so, tune in to this week's episode of Animal Instinct with host Celia Kutcher who is chatting with Emilie Legrand, the 'catrepreneur' and co-founder of New York City's first cat cafe, Meow Parlour. Celia gets the scoop on the city's hottest new cafe, asking how they were able to bring this idea to life considering hurdles from the Department of Health, how exactly the cat interaction works, and a description of their adoption process if patrons want to take a cat home. Emilie explains that from one cat to another how they tend to adapt to the unique space and socialize with customers. After the break, Emilie shares that Meow Parlour does allow children on a special schedule and that the cats get every Wednesday off, as the cafe is closed. Check out the rest of the episode to hear all about Meow Parlour! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"Very early in the process we contacted the Department of Health, so we have two different store fronts, one with that cats and one with the bakery... We are not preparing or serving food in the [cat] space." [4:20]

"Sometimes we have people who say 'I think I'm allergic to cats. I want to come check if I'm really allergic.' Good thing we have a really good pharmacy around the corner!" [23:55]

--Emilie Legrand on Animal Instinct


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This week on Animal Instinct, we're talkin' lions and tigers! Host Celia Kutcher welcomes Susan Bass, the Director of Public Relations for Big Cat Rescue, to the show. Located on 67 acres just north of Tampa, Florida, Big Cat Rescue is one of the world's largest sanctuaries for exotic cats and is a leading advocate in ending abuse of captive big cats and saving wild cats from extinction. Susan shares that, currently, Big Cat Rescue is home to about 100 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars, servals, and other species, most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, or retired from performing acts. Tune in as Celia gets a behind the scenes account of this organization and its noble mission. This program has been brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"All of our cats are wild, whether they've been pets or not, you can never tame a wild cat truly... and we treat them with the respect and dignity that wild cats deserve." [2:20]

"Every cat has a different story." [9:09]

--Susan Bass on Animal Instinct


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Today's featured farmer: Peter Giles

After living in Wyoming for a few years, in 2009, Peter moved with his wife back to his home City of Rutland Vermont. He then started Two Bad Cats with his father, Rick, to manufacture niche products. Luckily at the same time the city was having a small scale agriculture and farmers market boom. After helping out on a small organic farm for a summer Pete was introduced to the difficulties of vegetable production. At the request of the farm owners, Pete and his father took some of the more tedious farm tasks and made products to help make them easier. Two Bad Cats most popular products are a rolling dibble wheel for plant spacing and a plant popper for getting plugs out of plug flats.

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