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The Company of Cats, Singapore

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  • I went there during my short trip at Singapore and I spent a lovely moment in this coffee with cute cats !  more »
  • Cats here are exceptionally well-groomed, you can't tell that they were previously abandoned or rescued at all. The $10 weekday charge includes 1 hour + soda or plain water, but you can top up a littl...  more »
  • What a big disappointment: a cat café without any cats. On paper, it sounds a really pleasant idea – which is why I went along. Being a cat lover I thought to myself: what could be nicer than fussing ...  more »
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  • My first time to a cat cafe. I went in the afternoon so most of the cats were sleeping so not much chance to interact with or see much of them. Price slightly steep. But overall it was a nice experience.
  • this place is super cute. on weekdays between certain times it costs $10 for an hour including a soft drink. if you want coffee or juices it cost extra. there's around 10 cats all different types that have been rescued. you're not allowed to pick them up but free to pet and play with them. there are toys you can use and inside there are lots of shelves, posts, boxes and cushions for them to get amongst. it does have a bit of a smell but you soon get used to it.
  • Lovely & friendly cats in the shops. My daughter & myself enjoyed ourselves there.
  • Quite good! Except you know there's a staircase right? The cats have too many hiding places including that staircase
  • This was my first visit to a cat cafe but I've owned 2 cats for about 10 years now. Let's start with quick tips for first timers: 1. Cats are not dogs. If you keep dangling the toy and they're not taking the bait, it's not going to happen. Also, some cats are just not into petting so if you're trying to touch it and it's shying away, please stop 2. Let the cat come to you. Sit down near it, on the floor. Let them smell your hands before touching them. Respecting the cat will allow you to earn their trust the quickest. 3. MOST IMPORTANT TIP: Try to ask the employees if you can see the cats and the room before signing up for an hour. You should see if the cats are in a napping mood, or if the other patrons are interacting in a way that you can enjoy. I actually ended up leaving 10 minutes early because a pushy group of 10 people came in and started being loud and bothering the cats. Before, it was myself, and a local couple and a German couple, and we were totally fine. Check the situation before you commit! This is the single most important piece of advice I can give you for enjoying your cat cafe experience. Alright, as for the experience itself: PRICING: I don't think S$14 is expensive for an hour and a drink (the complimentary drink can be mineral water or coke). Think about how much it costs to raise a cat and realize some of your money goes to support causes to take care of cats DRINKS: I got the special, a Thai Iced Tea. It was an additional $2.50 on top, but I think it was fairly priced. Was it worth it? Not really, nothing special here. The latte art for the coffee based drinks seemed decent. And for some other hot drinks, they give you a nice ceramic cover to keep your drink warm and the cat hair out. CATS: Definitely a range of characters here. Elliot was my favorite, a long-haired softie. There are a few cats that seem like not really people cats, cats that would naturally avoid everyone. It would be great if people could not think of cat cafes as petting zoos, but as cafes that happen to have cats. So enjoy doing something else while appreciating cats while you can. Overall, there were about 7 cats when I visited but at least 3 were sleeping basically the entire time. AGAIN, CHECK THE ROOM BEFORE YOU COMMIT- if it's nap time, come back later. INTERACTION: They do appreciate cat treats, and the staff will occasionally give people cat treats to give to cats. I think it's a good thing that you can't buy unlimited cat treats because people would ultimately overfeed the cats to get their attention. This isn't good for making $$$, but it's definitely better for the cats. Well done, management. ROOM: Nicely decorated and ventilated, not too cold. You can hear noise from the street but it's not bad. There's a number of seats, I bet the room could seat 10 max. However, due to the distribution of cats, people will naturally concentrate in certain areas. There are plenty of cat structures. Overall, I'm giving 3 stars. To be honest, it's not the fault of the management per se as to why I felt that this was a 3 star experience. Here's why: First of all, half the cats were asleep when I came. Second, of the cats that were awake, there were a few that just weren't really into interaction. Third and most importantly, the group that came in during my last 20 minutes soured the experience. OVERALL - an A-OK experience. I might swing by singapore again and visit the other cat cafe nearby Bugis and give some comparison feedback.