Today, you should… watch the ‘Aristocats’ with cats


Feline Good Social Club opens up its kitty heaven this Thursday, inviting guests to come pet, play and snuggle with their friendly felines and watch Disney’s “Aristocats”. Light refreshments will be provided, however you can bring any extra snacks you’d like to munch on. This cat lounge, the only kind in the city so far, hosts over a dozen cats in their abode, lined with plush rugs, handmade cat furniture and countless toys. At a place like Feline Good Social Club, everyone just might want to be a cat, because these cats have it real good.

Another great thing: Aside from giving the city a place for people to come relax and enjoy the company of some furry friends, Feline Good Social Club doubles as an adoption agency. All the cats brought into the lounge, currently from Long Beach Felines, a non-profit rescue, are sheltered in the space, helping them become more acclimated to people and, hopefully, find them a forever home.

Giving us a moment’s “pawse”: Watching a movie all about cats, with cats? How, puuuurfect. Yes, we were dying to use this pun.

Watch “The Aristocats” with Feline Good Social Club for $20 on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 301 Atlantic Ave. Screening starts at 6:30 p.m. To buy your tickets, click here.

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Cheantay Jensen is an editorial intern who covers art and culture for the Hi-lo section of the Long Beach Post.