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The Cat Cafe, Singapore

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  • Knowing my fiancée is a cat lady and this seemed like a crazy cat lady paradise it seemed logical. Upon walking to the cat cafe we had to walk up some stairs at the side of a store to get there. The c...  more »
  • Environement: Nice place to relax and kill some time. Pretty cosy. Staffs: Friendly and helpful staffs. Taught me on how to treat cats ;) Cats: Love them. They are so A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E, except for Tuxed...  more »
  • Went in the morning and the cats were active which was nice for the children. Website says $15 for entry and 'drink' but this ONLY covers a can of coke or similar. For an extra $3-4 you can have hot c...  more »
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  • Good place for kids who have no cats at home. The people working then were a bit robotic and as usual in Singapore not very warm and welcoming. I grew up having many cats at home and I felt being instructed about what and not to do with cats! Price is a bit high but compared to other attractions in the city comparable. Music was soothing and soft. Generally a good place in an easy to reach location.
  • I can't help but compare this cafe to the other two cafes we went to first. The place was big enough for cats and patrons but it really becomes crowded along the day and cats don't get to roam around because they were all held up in front of the entrance store by patrons. There were a lot of kids too and not all of them knew how to interact with cats. They kept on disturbing cats who were sleeping but that was because they were not sleeping on the sleeping area. I sure want to say a lot more but I'll just leave this for now. I would suggest going to the other cat cafe in Boat Quay. Cats were a lot friendlier and one even sits on your lap. ------- I felt like I needed to say a bit more now that I've observed a little bit more. I am a little disappointed with the staff for one of them woke a cat (Butter) up form his nap and the others were just letting cats get irritated by patrons. Maybe I'm a little more sensitive but if I see a cat getting annoyed by persistently being hit by a patron with a toy - I definitely will tell that patron to stop. I'm a cat owner so this is maybe why I have such strong feelings about this cafe. Don't get me wrong, cats were all clean and healthy. The place was clean enough. The floor chairs were uncomfortable but on the good side, they had a lot of tables for guests/patrons.
  • As a cat lover and someone who has been to cat cafes before, I really disliked this place. I am used to cat cafes that you sit in quietly and relax and observe or interact with the cats on their terms. The worker or possible owner at the cafe felt that he had to entertain and educate patrons. He was loud and obnoxious stating basic facts about the cats and trying to get them to move around for us. He also made a very homophobic remark, implying that men who are alone with cats are not straight. It was awful, and that was my cue to leave. I really wish I had not visited this establishment, and it is questioning my overall beliefs on the idea of cat cafes.
  • pretty nice ambience with really cute cats, but they're cats being cats. don't be disappointed when they won't interact with you (unless you have food of course.) try to go during feeding times and you can see more liveliness!
  • Its a very good and nice place to come. Very good customer service..friendly and very helpful. Great cakes too.

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