Located at 2230 Dundee Rd., in the heart of the Highlands is an adorable kitty cafe with a mission as big as the heart of the people who run it. 

It isn’t uncommon for cat concept cafes like Lucky Cat to operate for profit, with all the cats being housed in the cafe and owned privately. The Lucky Cat Cafe stands apart from other similar cafes by facilitating the adoption of all the kitties who call The Lucky Cat home. Ran as a non-profit open foster home rather than an interactive zoo Lucky Cat Café is home to more than a dozen cats and kittens. All are adoptable although most visitors can still come to play, hang out, and pet cats. The cafe specializes in adult, senior, and disabled cats because they are the ones who need help finding purrmanent homes. It’s one big cat community where visitors enjoy sharing stories and tips with each other!

The cafe side of Lucky Cat features tasty baked treats and delicious coffee that you can sip while you play with the adorable cats. 

For more information visit or to volunteer visit luckcatcafe.org

Kyle has lived in Louisville most of his life and has a strong passion for his home city and telling the stories of the people who call it home. Durbin has a Bachelors Degrees in International Studies and Gender and Women Studies from the University of Kentucky. He has worked as a Design Fellow for Louisville Metro Government and is currently the Digital Media Specialist for the University of Louisville School of Law. He regularly volunteers at several local non-profits and is an avid Harry Potter fan.