Vancouver's pop-up bunny cafe has been extended yet again
It looks like business is hopping.
Vancouver’s pop-up bunny cafe has been extended yet again due to overwhelming popularity.
The bunny cafe took over Catfe – Vancouver’s cafe for cats – and they’ll be extending their stay until Sunday, December 30, 2018.
Catfe teamed up with Rabbitats Rescue to host the bunnies, all of whom are available for adoption.
Visitors will have the chance to pet, play and meet the bunnies, as well as inquire about Rabbitats’ adoption program if they’re interested.
That being said, although cute, the animals are known to be harder to take care of than cats.
That’s why to ensure that prospective adopters are ready for the responsibility, a screening process is required before taking a bunny home.
If you’re not interested in adopting and just want to spend some time with these fluffballs, you can definitely do that too.
“We never imagined we’d be spending it with a room full of rabbits – a very bunny way to celebrate!” said Catfe’s owner, Michelle Furbacher.
Visitors can check out Catfe’s website to reserve a time to visit the bunnies. The cafe is located on the second floor of the International Village Mall (Tinseltown).
Bunnies take over Catfe
When: Until Sunday, December 30, 2018
Where: Catfe — Unit #2335 (second floor) International Village Mall, 88 West Pender Street
Time: 12 to 8 pm every day, reserve a spot online