Pet rescuers open restaurant in Tredyffrin

    Animal rescues all have one thing in common: not enough money. To solve that problem, Pet Adoption and Lifecare Society has opened a restaurant in Tredyffrin to raise money for its rescue services.

    The aptly named Black Cat Cafe serves up homemade food, the Daily Local reports, and uses the proceeds to fund the rescue.

    The BYOB has traditional, vegetarian and vegan items on the menu, and the owners says the quality of the food will keep customers coming back. That’ll be good for both businesses. PALS expects within a year the restaurant can double the 1,000 animals the organization found homes for last year.

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