6 Purrfect Cat Cafés in Singapore Ranked By Online Ratings With Price List Included

Cat cafés are all the rage in Singapore, even around a decade after the first one opened its doors to visitors. These furry creatures may get a lot of flak for being too aloof or independent, but cat lovers will know that’s not universally true!

Aside from admiring their adorable faces and colourful personalities, you can also relieve stress just from hanging out with them. Petting a cat is inherently therapeutic and so is being near them while they purr – it’s scientifically proven!

Why not try spending time with some feline friends the next time you’re feeling overwhelmed? Here’s a list of 6 a-meow-zing cat cafés in Singapore in 2022! We’ve also included some tips for your visit below 🙂

Cat Cafés in Singapore

Coffee, cats and calm – these establishments provide the full cat café experience, serving food and drinks in the company of many feline residents!

1. Meomi Cat Café

Meomi Cat Café

Facebook rating: 4.9 (284 reviews)
Google rating: 4.6 (523 reviews)

Price: $13 for 1st hour, $5 for every subsequent ½ hour (Includes 1 drink)
Min. age: 7 years old (7 – 12 year olds must be accompanied by an adult)

Opened in 2014, Meomi Cat Cafė is a quiet and cosy space for cat lovers to gather and play with their resident pedigree cats. If you’ve never seen an American shorthair, maine coon or munchkin in the flesh, here’s your chance! The owners are also more than willing to share tips that’ll help you interact with the felines better. 

The café is conveniently located near Bugis MRT station and is one of the cheaper options available. Once you’re done, there are tons of places to grab a bite nearby, including Halal eateries for our Muslim friends!


Tip!
Call ahead to check on the cat’s mealtimes – if you visit then, you’ll get to help feed the cats!

Phone: 6296 0339
Address: 668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801
Opening hours:

  • Saturday – Thursday (11am – 8pm)
  • Closed on Fridays

2. The Cat Café

The Cat Café

Facebook rating: 4.4 (288 reviews)
Google rating: 4.6 (161 reviews)

Price: $17 for first 2 hours, $4.50 for every subsequent ½ hour (Includes a soft drink. Top ups are available to upgrade to coffee, tea or chocolate)
Min. age: 6 years old (6 – 12 year olds must be accompanied by an adult)

With outlets in the central and West areas, The Cat Café is convenient and accessible to Singaporeans islandwide. All the furry pals at this café are either adopted or rehomed-strays. 

While the cats at the Bugis outlet are slightly older and calmer, the ones at The Rail Mall are younger and more active. In addition, The Cat Café is also known for their aromatic coffee that’ll hold its own against those from other cafés.

Email: info@thecatcafe.sg

Outlets
1. Bugis
Phone: 6338 6815
Address: 241B Victoria Street, Singapore 188030
Opening hours:

  • Monday (3pm – 9pm)
  • Tuesday – Friday (10am – 9pm)
  • Saturday, Sunday, School and Public Holidays (10am – 10pm) 

2. Bukit Timah 
Phone: 6977 9579
Address: 392 Upper Bukit Timah Road, The Rail Mall, Singapore 678046

Opening hours:

  • Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Friday (10am – 9pm)
  • Wednesday (3pm – 9pm)
  • Saturday, Sunday, School and Public Holidays (10am – 10pm)

3. Catopia Café

Catopia Cat Cafe

Google rating: 4.3 (124 reviews)

Price: $13 for 1st hour, $6 for every subsequent ½ hour / $8 for every subsequent hour (Includes 1 standard drink)
Min. age: 7 years old (7 – 11 year olds must be accompanied by an adult)

Located in a 2-storey shophouse, Catopia Café houses 13 cats for visitors to interact with. With a mix of different breeds and personalities, it’s a great place to admire their beauty and bask in their presence.

Do note that socks are required to enter this café. If you’ve forgotten to bring your own, you can purchase a pair from them for just $3 to $5!

Email: info@catopiacafe.com
Phone/WhatsApp: 8907 0666
Address: 46A Dunlop Street #02-00, Singapore 209375
Opening hours:

  • Tuesday – Sunday (10am – 6pm)
  • Closed on Mondays

Where are my other favourite cat cafés?
As the years pass by, we’ve unfortunately had to witness some of our favourite haunts closing down or discontinuing their interaction zones. Sadly, this includes the very first cat café in Singapore, Neko No Niwa (Boat Quay), as well as:
  • Cats Safari Singapore
  • The Company of Cats
  • The Cat Place

  • Cat Petting Café in Singapore

    Enjoy the therapeutic presence of some adorable kitties, just without the food and drinks.

    4. Cat Paradise

    Man surrounded by many cats in a cat cafe

    Facebook rating: 5.0 (5 reviews)
    Google rating: 5.0 (34 reviews)

    Price: $18 for 1st hour, $5 for every subsequent ½ hour (for weekdays only, excluding public holidays)
    Min. age: No age restrictions (under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult)

    Part adoption centre and part cat petting place, Cat Paradise offers a cat café-esque experience with lovable rescue kitties. They don’t offer food and drinks – not human ones at least – but you can purchase some treats for the furry felines! All proceeds go to the care of the cats, including fostering and vet costs.

    The environment is warm and full of love, coupled by the fact that these rescue kitties are fostered in a stress-free cageless environment. Furthermore, in case any of the cats steal your heart, most of them are available for adoption!

    Email: pawonderpets@gmail.com
    Phone: 8909 7147
    Address: 23 Upper Weld Road #02-01, Singapore 207380
    Opening hours: Monday – Sunday (11am – 7.30pm)

    More Than Just a Cat Café

    From hybrid cat grooming places to one-of-a-kind art jamming studios, these cat cafés bring something a little extra to the mix!

    5. Wildflower Studio

    Cat sitting in the middle of an art jamming studio

    Facebook rating: 5.0 (9 reviews)
    Google rating: 5.0 (280 reviews)

    Price: $20 for 1st hour, $5 (weekdays) or $10 (weekends) for every subsequent ½ hour
    Min. age: 5 years old (5 – 11 year olds must be accompanied by an adult)

    Wildflower Studio is an art jamming studio and cat café all in one! Previously located in Yishun, they’re currently operating from a warm and cosy studio near Little India MRT station. 

    The unique concept marries two stress-busting activities, getting creative with paint and cuddling up with fuzzy felines. You can choose between a semi-guided art jam session or a free-and-easy visit to hang out with cats (art materials available).

    While you’re there, you’re likely to meet some of the café’s foster kitties undergoing a socialisation programme called the Wildflower Acatemy. These rescues are learning to get comfortable with human interaction so they can be adopted by patrons like you!

    Email: hello@wildflowerstudio.sg
    Phone/WhatsApp: 8101 4990
    Address: 56A Niven Road, Singapore 228405
    Opening hours:

    • Monday – Thursday (10am – 12.30pm, 2pm – 6pm)
    • Friday – Saturday (10am – 12.30pm, 2pm – 8.30pm)
    • Sunday (10am – 12.30pm, 3pm – 7pm)

    6. Paws Claws Pet Store

    Girls playing with cats in a cat cafe

    Google rating: 4.3 (32 reviews)

    Price: $20 per hour (adults), $16 per hour (6 – 10 years old)
    Min. age: 6 years old (6 – 12 year olds must be accompanied by an adult)

    Set a date to visit a family of extremely fluffy and affectionate kitties at Paws Claws Pet Store. This fairly new cat café in Joo Chiat is the proud home to a group of ragamuffins – a thick-furred, friendly and docile cat breed.

    Cuddle up with some floofs and ‘bribe’ them onto your lap with treats – just remember to respect the house rules for the well-being of the cats! You can drop the café a DM on Instagram to make your reservations.

    Address: 331 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427587
    Opening hours: Monday – Sunday (11am – 7pm)


    Alternative places to pet, adopt and learn about furry felines
    Book a visit to non-profit animal welfare group, Kitten Sanctuary Singapore (KiSS) to cuddle up with some adorable kittens! KiSS is dedicated to rescuing and finding loving forever homes for stray cats. They are associated with fellow cat rescuers, The Cat Museum.

    Learn more about Singapore’s local cats from either organisation over a 1-hour visit for just $20 per location. All proceeds go towards housing, food and vet bills.

    If you’re smitten by any of their kittens (or adult cats), you can also enquire about their adoption processes!


    Tips for Visiting Cat Cafés in Singapore

    Orange and white cat sleeping soundly on his back

    Get to know the resident cats prior to your visit

    Each cat café has their own social media pages where they showcase their resident cats! Have a look prior to your visit to get to know some of their names and quirks. This will help them warm up to you quicker! 

    Read the cafés’ customised guidelines for interacting with each cat

    It’s good to know the best way to mingle with each cat. For example, if there’s an overweight cat, you may have to refrain from feeding him. Also, some may not like to be touched or stroked a certain way.

    You can also read up about cat body language (like tail wagging) to decipher their silent communication on your own!

    Wear slippers or slip ons

    Some cafés may require you to remove your footwear to maintain the hygiene of the place while some require patrons to be wearing socks. Do check out each café’s rules and regulations online before heading over to avoid getting rejected at the door.

    Not all cats will be awake

    Cats need about 15 hours of sleep per day, so the chances of them catching up on sleep while you’re visiting is pretty high.

    Moreover, even if they’re awake, not all of them will interact with you. Some sassy felines would rather chill by themselves if they have more independent personalities.

    But of course, there’ll definitely be a couple of them who will snuggle up with you!

    Make a reservation beforehand

    As space can be quite limited, most cat cafés only allow a certain number of customers at each time to prevent the cats from being overstimulated. To avoid disappointment, do make a reservation before heading down!

    Visiting a Cat Café in Singapore

    Cat lying down on a mat

    Living in a fast-paced society, places like cat cafés provide respite for our souls. Imagine chilling with some adorable fur friends while sipping coffee? You’re bound to leave the café feline fine! 

    Or if you’re sick of hanging out at the same places over and over again, visiting a cat café can be a great bonding activity with your loved ones! It’s also a unique idea for a first date.

    Are you a dog lover too? Check out our list of dog cafés in Singapore!

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    Vivian Quek
    An idealist who believes she can change the world through stories, music and the arts. Best friends include (but not limited to) her cats, Netflix and her a cappella group.
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