For pet-deprived people and unabashed feline aficionados, cat caf\u00e9s have long been places to enjoy a coffee or tea while playing with kitties. The first one opened in Taiwan in 1998, and they became popular in Japan over the last decade. Now, cat caf\u00e9s have spread throughout the world, and their offerings have expanded, too. In the U.S., many caf\u00e9s offer cats for adoption, and some add wine and beer to their beverage offerings. Here\u2019s where you can enjoy an alcoholic beverage in the company of furry little friends.\r\n\r\n\r\nPounce Cat Caf\u00e9 + Wine Bar\r\nPounce, in Charleston, South Carolina, houses cats from the city\u2019s Animal Society, and it boasts the most adoptions of any cat caf\u00e9 in the country. For $15, guests can spend an hour in the company of 20 roaming cats while they sip a glass of \u201cpurr-emium\u201d wine, beer, tea or coffee.\r\n\r\n\r\nKoneko Cat Caf\u00e9\r\nNew York City\u2019s,\u00a0Koneko Cat Caf\u00e9, is the first cat caf\u00e9 to serve alcohol, The name, koneko, is Japanese for \u201ckittens.\u201d Adoptable felines roam freely in the sunlit Upper Cattery, a Lower Cattery and an outdoor patio. Reservations are recommended; a one-hour \u201ccat nap\u201d is $15. The caf\u00e9 is a separate room that serves snacks like edamame and gyoza, Stumptown coffee, sak\u00e9, Japanese beer and a rotating selection of wine.\r\n\r\n\r\nColony Caf\u00e9\r\nAt Colony Caf\u00e9 in Pittsburgh, you can find Third Wave Coffee, wine and cat-themed cocktails, many of which include wine. A favorite, the Felix, is made with vodka, Pinot Noir, lime juice, agave nectar and grapefruit soda. At Colony, a one-hour visit goes for $8, which helps support the caf\u00e9\u2019s mission to find homes for the city\u2019s at-risk cats.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPurringtons Cat Lounge\r\nLocated in Portland, Oregon, Purringtons serves locally produced craft beer, cider and wine alongside small bites. In a separate room, for $8 per hour, you can relax with kitties from Cat Adoption Team of Sherwood, Oregon. Those looking to incorporate cats into their exercise routines can go to a weekly Purr Yoga class.