Cats are the stars of the show at Ella’s CatHouse & Catnip Bar, a cage-free, no-kill adoption center on Caymus Street in downtown Napa. The cat café is open to the public, meaning visitors can come in and hang out with the animals for a while and bond. The facility is owned and operated by Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch, a nonprofit that rescues and rehabilitates hurt or abandoned animals from all over the region, and for locals and those in the Bay Area, adoptions are available. According to organizers, up to 15 cats may be padding around the CatHouse at any given time. Group sizes are limited to four people at a time, and a maximum of two children are allowed during any hourlong session. If you want to come at a specific time, reservations are suggested.