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Brooklyn Is Getting Its Own Cat Cafe

Soon, every day can be "Caturday" in Brooklyn Heights.

The neighborhood's own permanent "cat cafe" is slated to open next month at 149 Atlantic Ave. between Clinton and Henry streets.

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, which opened the Fort Greene pop-up "The Cat's Meow" last fall, announced the news on Facebook Monday. 

149 Atlantic Avenue. Soon to be THE BROOKLYN CAT CAFE!YES, it's happening! Grand opening party May 6! As you can see...

Posted by Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition on Monday, April 4, 2016

These kitties will be adoptable and in need of homes, the organization said on its website. 

The grand opening is scheduled for May 6 and the nonprofit is looking for volunteers to help them prepare for the big day and manage the new space.

After its official opening, the Brooklyn Heights' cat cafe will open for feline fans on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends. 

It will cost $5 per person for a 30-minute play session, though kids under 3 will get in for free. 

BBAWC's first cat cafe on Myrtle Avenue was open from Sept. 19 to Oct. 24, but it looks like the Atlantic Avenue location will be permanent. 

If you'd like to attend the opening party on May 6, you can purchase tickets here

BBAWC was not available to comment on Monday.