CARE home residents enjoyed a close encounter with cats at a Sheffield café – bringing back memories of their own kitties.
The elderly visitors made lots of furry friends while enjoying a cuppa, stroking the cats and feeding them treats.
Resident Edith Keech said: “I had a black cat for 11 years. We named him Kilty as he was a Scot and it stuck.
“It’s been lovely to see all of the moggys here. They’ve brought back lovely memories.”
Jo MacGregor, activities coordinator at The Laurels Care Home, said: “Everyone enjoyed giving the cats lots of treats and fusses as they relaxed with a cuppa. And they were amazed at how friendly they all were.
“A huge thank you to the staff at Tabby Teas, who made our visit even more enjoyable.”