The Orlando Cat Café will offer a ‘Lifetime Care for Your Pet Seminar’ on May 2nd from 6 pm to 7 pm. The informative session is taught by Shelley Thayer, Executive Director of SPCA Florida and Sanda Soletti, Marketing and Administrative Coordinator for SPCA Florida.

Tragically, thousands of companion animals are surrendered to shelters every year, because their human caregivers died, or became too ill to care for them. These pets become homeless, or worse – euthanized – because their humans did not plan for their continued care. Having a plan in place will give you peace of mind, knowing your pets will always be cared for, should something happen to you. You will learn you can best protect your furry companion in the event of your death or disability.

This special event is $10 to attend with 100% of this fee donated back to SPCA Florida. Make a reservation online to reserve your spot.

The Orlando Cat Café is located at 532 Cagan Park Avenue in the Cagan Crossings Town Center, about 4 miles west of Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made at



The Orlando Cat Café opened in September 2016. Working together with SPCA Florida, Cagan Management Group, Inc., and Minch Coffee Company, our joint mission is to save the lives of homeless cats in Central Florida while drinking good coffee. Visit for more information.


Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Lakeland, serving all of Polk County and the surrounding communities. Dedicated to improving the lives of pets and people, SPCA Florida provides caring, compassion and hope to more than 4,000 homeless animals entering our doors each year.

Simplistically, every $100 donated to SPCA Florida, or essentially the cost of an average adoption, equates to $3,000 worth of positive economic impact throughout Polk County, Central Florida, and the state. Additionally, we are proud of the fact that 91% of every dollar goes to program resources and helping homeless animals.


Owned by husband-and-wife Suzanne and Mathias Bernal who have been in the coffee business for 15 years.  Mathias is a native of France and was inspired to form Minch in part to honor his great grandfather who owned a coffee shop in the region of Dordogne.  Suzanne is from Sioux City, Iowa and became interested in the coffee industry while a college student, studying abroad.  She received intensive coffee training in Portland in 2005 and has been hooked ever since.  Minch is named at Arba Minch Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. 

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