About Us

Treetops Kitty Cafe

Treetops Kitty Café is a place to hang out, enjoy a snack, and spend time with adoptable cats & kittens from TreeTops Animal Rescue!   We offer a variety of cold bottled beverages and hot drinks such as coffee, as well as tea from Mrs Robinson’s Tea Shop,  including a custom purrfect blend tea created especially for the kitty cafe!  Guests are also welcome to bring their own food to enjoy at the Kitty Cafe from the many great restaurants in Kennett Square!

We also have pet supplies, pet food and pet lovers gift items for sale in our retail section!  This section is open to the public and does not require an entry donation.

Due to the Kitty Cafe being a non-profit, there is a small donation fee to hang out with the cats – you can learn more under hours and fees.   All  revenue from sales and donations goes towards our operating costs and for the care of rescued animals.


TreeTops Animal Rescue 

We are a 501c3 non-profit since 2006, during which we have adopted out over 1,500 pets, saving them from being killed or homeless.  We do not have a shelter and have relied on volunteer foster families to care for our rescued animals as pets in their homes until they are adopted.  Now with the Treetops Kitty Cafe, we have a wonderful new space for the more social kitties to  live and play until they find their forever homes!



If you are interested in adopting or fostering a cat, volunteering at the Kitty Cafe,  or donating to help keep the Cafe open and save more cat, please visit our Contact Us page for more information!

Your donations help cats such as Carlos.  When we found him in a Philadelphia shelter, he had been picked up by animal control, injured and ill, but was still super friendly to the staff.  Since he was already neutered and his ear nocked, he must have been caught when younger in a Trap-Neuter-Release program for feral cat populations.  By the time we got him in rescue foster care, his fever spiked from a systemic infection of unknown origin and it took weeks of antibiotics and hand feeding for him to recover.  But since then, he’s been charming people as a long-time resident of the Kitty Café, which gives him a wonderful temporary home to enjoy until the right person comes along to adopt him. 

**Update** Carlos was adopted in October!