Help Manchester cat cafe stay open

Today Manchester cat cafe announced its closure due to the pandemic and being unable to agree a new lease with the landlord on 103 high street, Manchester.

Sadly all of the ten cats at the cafe are now being rehomed and staff are being laid off.

I know that money is tight at the moment with many people furloughed or out of work but anything that people can spare would help so much.

Many people  will say "well it's just a cafe why should we donate?"  Its not just a cafe with cats they staff offer various film nights and times for autistic people to visit as well as quiz evenings and other fun things.

For me the closure of this happy place is upsetting as I am an autistic adult who is also disabled.  This was my place to relax and be happy after a stressful day at work.  I don't know where I will go if this place closes as I need routine to keep me grounded.  This place means the world to me and many others.  

Please donate and if you can't donate please share the hell out of this on every social media platform available.

Many thanks

Donations

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  • Jordan Horner 
    • £20 
    • a day ago
  • James Dinsdale 
    • £10 
    • 2 days ago
  • Sarah Ousley 
    • £20 
    • 2 days ago
  • Sophie Hicks 
    • £5 
    • 2 days ago
  • lois Davenport 
    • £8 
    • 3 days ago
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Organiser

Lindsay Cooke 
Organiser
Oldham, North West England, United Kingdom
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