The cats have finally claimed their due!
Exactly twenty years after owners Pam McAlwee and Ross Underwood opened the Gourmet Pizza Deli (later home to the Lost Dog Café), the wags and woofs are joined on the Westover sidewalk by purrs and meows at The Stray Cat Café.
The Stray Cat Café opened its doors in May of 2005, furthering the tradition of fine food and drink in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere. The Stray Cat Café menu features quality burgers, healthy salads, a selection of platters and the kinds of sandwiches that made Lost Dog famous.
Felines dance on the walls at the Stray Cat Café in vibrant paintings by local artist Jessica Lovelace. Admire the art as you munch on some cat nip dip and enjoy a drink at the full-service bar. While you’re there you can take pleasure in knowing that you are also supporting a good cause. Together the Lost Dog Café and the Stray Cat Café helps support the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation which rescues and places over a thousand abandoned dogs and cats each year. All of the cats featured in framed photographs on the wall are rescued cats and some are still available for adoption. To learn more or to make a donation, visit the foundation’s website at www.lostdogrescue.org or ask your server for a brochure.