you from the north shore

Because the internet is cats…

New York is the latest city to embrace the cat cafe, following Vienna, San Francisco, London, Seoul, and Singapore. Just doesn’t seem fair that we don’t have one in Dallas yet, but I guess we’ll just have to be patient. In the meantime, denizens of the Big Apple can enjoy this purr-fect treat for a limited time–it’s only around for four days!

The Purina One pop-up Cat Cafe can be found at 168 Bowery and features cat’achinos, pastries, and adorable kitties that you can adopt on the spot from the North Shore Animal League. The best part is that the food and drinks are free! Ok, well maybe the best part is the cats, but free food and drink is a very, very close second. They’ll even put kitty latte/foam art on your drinks!

We know a few anime characters who would go crazy for a cat cafe. Like Al from Fullmetal Alchemist and Sebastian from Black Butler. How would you like a cat cafe where Sebastian served you drinks?

If you’d like to read more about the Purina One pop up Cat Cafe in New York, click this link.

If you’d like to see more cat loving antics from anime characters click here for Sebastian and click here for Al.

anonymous asked:

Where are you from in MASS ?

a little city on the north shore, right next to Salem if u ever heard of the witches and a few miles north of Boston

Tropical Glass by SeanDaveyPhoto It was super nice in the water this morning. Just magic! I’m so glad that they recently saved this place from the developers. Thank you Doug Cole and crew at the North Shore Community Land Trust. These guys do a great job folks.



When the North Shore Line shut down, many of its cars were taken to the interchange track at Rondout (that led to the EJ&E tracks near Rondout Tower) and set on fire to destroy them.

Today you can hike or bicycle down this incline from the North Shore Bike Path above to the trail that leads to the Middlefork Savanna forest preserve.

Rondout, Illinois

Photos by George Kantola