IF YOU NEED TO DO SOME SHOPPING AND ADD TO YOUR FAMILY, THE NORTH PARK MALL IN JOPLIN IS THE PLACE TO GO. KSN’S STUART PRICE TAKES US TO THE NEWEST STORE THAT IS THE PURRFECT PLACE TO GO. STUART PRICE WOULD SOMEONE PAY FIVE DOLLARS TO SPEND A HALF AN HOUR WITH KITTENS THEY MAY NOT EVEN END UP ADOPTING? JUDGING BY THE CROWD OF VISITORS TO TINY TIGERS IN THE NORTH PARK MALL, THE ANSWER IS YES.Stuart Price, Reporting “While so called “Cat Cafes” have been around for some time in larger cities, this is a first for Joplin”Brandy Miller- Turner, Happy Customer”This is the first time I’ve ever seen something like this and I think it’s going to be very popular you can already tell there’s a lot of people lined up to come in and play with these kittens”Raina Norris, Monett Resident”We have three other cats and we recently lost two, two of them died so we were wanting another one to help fill the hole, I think so, I’m hoping this one is the one we found, you like this one, yeah I love it, yeah I think we found one”Tianna Fisher, Shelter Service Manager “We’ve had 12 people come in and it’s very exciting cause we’ve only been open for maybe 15 minutes and our second time slot, which is 12:30 is almost completely booked so we’re really excited about how many people are here and want to be a part of it” IN CASE YOU WONDERING, THE NORRIS’ DIDN’T COME HOME EMPTY HANDED, THEY ADOPTED LITTLE CHEBACCA, THE FIRST OF HOPEFULLY MANY ADOTIONS FROM THE HUMANE SOCIETY’S TINY TIGERS TO COME. IN JOPLIN, STUART PRICE, KSN LOCAL NEWS. TINY TIGERS IS OPEN FROM 12 TO 7 P.M. ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND 12 TO 6 ON SUNDAY. 20 TO 25 GUESTS ARE ALLOWED IN THE STORE AT ONE TIME.