If you're the kind of animal lover who would enjoy relaxing in a cafe while cats stare at you, then this 360-degree YouTube video is a purrfect match.
KitTea Cafe, which opened last year in San Francisco, promises to "create a Zen retreat where people and cats can hang out to the benefit of both -- through the vehicle of a teahouse."
The unusual cafe was founded by cat enthusiasts Courtney Hatt and David Braginsky who were inspired by cat cafes in Japan that cater to stressed-out city dwellers who find that hanging out with furry friends relaxes them.
For those of us allergic to Garfield and gang, we can visit KitTea Cafe without sneezing into our Earl Grey via this interactive video filmed by Michael Morgenstern.
The Catquarium Cat Cafe video is touted by KitTea Cafe as the "longest 360-degree video ever uploaded to YouTube." You use the arrows in the 360-degree YouTube tool to scroll left, right, up and down to see all the cats in action.
You can witness KitTea employees and patrons try to temp both frisky and bored cats with pet toys. If you watch long enough you may even catch a few hipster trying to impress felines by donning cat costumes.
All the cats featured in the video are available for adoption, including the adorable three-legged cat that playfully hops around the cafe.