About

Contact

Our store phone is 517-918-4919 which accepts both calls and texts. We are not able to respond while the cafe is closed.

We're located at 3320 East Lake Lansing Road, Suite F, East Lansing, MI 48823.

To adopt, please fill out the adoption application under our "adopt" tab and wait 24 hours to hear back via email. We cannot guarantee the availability of any cat seen on Petfinder or social media.

Cat Cafes

Cat cafes are as fun and silly as they sound — coffee shops full of cats.  Originating in Taiwan in 1998, the popularity has continued to spread around the world. Ours has lattes, tea, milkshakes, yummy treats, and 6-20 adoptable rescue kitties (in a separate room from the coffee shop). You can spend time with the cats and even adopt a new buddy if you fall in love! We also host cat yoga, trivia, craft sessions, and board game nights.

Just a heads up: we already have cats living on site. Please don’t bring yours with you!

Who runs the cafe?

We have an awesome team of staff and volunteers who take care of our cats and make sure everything is running smoothly!

Executive Director and Founder: Kelsey Maccombs, kelsey@constellationcatcafe.com

Adoptions & Intake Manager: Neeharika Aniruddh, neeharika@constellationcatcafe.com

Fundraising Coordinator: Alyssa Turcsak, CNP, alyssa@constellationcatcafe.com

Cat Care Team Members: Kate Port, Alex Port, Lexy, Sam Zeman

Cafe Team: Emma Kuhlman

We have too many volunteers to list, but we love and appreciate them all so very much!

The cafe cats come from our rescue partners Saved by Zade and Happy Feet Pet Rescue. These rescues have their own amazing volunteers and fosters, and we're so grateful for all the hard work, time, energy and expenses they devote to getting cats off the streets, healthy, socialized, and ready for adoption!

What should I do with this cat?

We cannot take in cats (whether found or surrendered) from the public under any circumstances. All cafe employees who can foster cats are already at full capacity.

Please reach out to your local humane society (such as Capital Area Humane Society), animal control (such as Ingham County Animal Control), or foster-based rescues (such as our our rescue partners Saved By Zade and Happy Feet Pet Rescue) for assistance and advice.

For emergencies, we also encourage you to post found cats or kittens on the Michigan's Urgent Cats facebook group.

If you find a friendly adult cat outside, please post photos and location on your community's lost/found pet groups on Facebook.