Not loving cats is unfortunate. Maybe check that your immortal soul hasn't been bargained away in a banjo duel? But us crazy cat ladies have a different problem: not having enough outlets for our excess emotions about them.

The partners behind Meow Parlour, New York City's first cat cafe, understand. Besides giving us a spot to hang with the (adoptable) furry creatures our landlords shun — and also serves coffee and pastries! — their new project is a chance to express our affection like we did when our world revolved around Jonathan Taylor-Thomas: a fan club.

Kazu & Friends is intended to spread the joy of the crazy cat life to the rest of the country while supporting KittyKind, the cafe's adoption partner. Subscription fees are $65 for six months or $125 for 12 months, and include a monthly voucher to visit Meow Parlour. In addition, every month members will receive various cat-related swag, as well as a letter from the Cat of the Month. For June, that's Beetle, who has a crooked tail and likes to headbutt people. JTT who? Petition to have the swag occasionally be posters so we can worship appropriately.