7 Pawsome Dog and Cat Petting Cafes to Visit in Singapore for Some Animal Play Time

In a world where stress and chaos often reign, there’s an unwavering source of comfort and joy that has captured the hearts of millions – our beloved canine and feline companions.

For those of us who don’t have furry companions at home, dog and cat petting cafes are a great chance for us to relax while interacting with adorable animals.

Whether you’re looking for a cosy corner to sip on a cup of tea while surrounded by napping cats, or looking to give belly scratches to fluffy dogs, these dog and cat petting cafes in Singapore will check off all your boxes. 

Dog Petting Cafes in Singapore

Enjoy wagging tails and playful interactions at these dog petting cafes that aim to create a haven for dog lovers seeking a heartwarming and memorable experience.

1. Chow Cute Cafe

Chow Cute Cafe

Google rating: 3.4 (340 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.0 (101 reviews)

Make your way down to the Chow Cute Cafe at Seletar Aerospace Park for a truly relaxing, carefree dog petting experience. Between 11am and 4pm, you’ll get to meet and cuddle with the cafe’s resident chow chows and samoyeds. Bring your dogs along for an extra floof-filled day!

The cafe is housed in a gorgeously refurbished colonial building, with indoor, semi-outdoor and alfresco seating. This also means that there’s loads of space for your doggos to run about, play and socialise with other dogs too. 

Don’t forget to grab a bite for both you and your pupper – their menu is full of options for humans and dog companions alike.

Address: 16 The Oval, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 797873
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 6974 7916
Whatsapp: 8736 8226
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Thursdays, and Sunday, 11am – 7pm
Friday, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, 11am – 9pm
(Closed on Monday)

2. What the Pug Cafe

What the Pug Cafe

Google rating: 4.5 (127 reviews)

Conveniently located near Bugis MRT station, in the vibrant Haji Lane, is the one-of-a-kind What the Pug cafe. Pet, play with and bask in the attention of these irresistibly squishy, flat-faced doggos!

For $20/pax (weekdays) or $25/pax (weekends and PH), you get 45 minutes of cuddles and kisses from the cafe’s 12 resident pugs – pure bliss. You’ll also receive a polaroid photo and a complimentary drink with the ticket. 

Be sure to make a reservation early as entry is allowed by appointment only and each session has limited slots for up to 10 people.

Address: 80 Haji Lane, Singapore 189271
Phone: 6293 3350
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 12pm – 8pm
(Closed on Monday)

3. World of Paws

World of Paws

Google rating: 4.5 (2 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.5 (5 reviews)

World of Paws is a newly opened dog petting cafe home to breeds such as the Old English Sheepdog, Pomeranian, American Cocker Spaniel, and more! The dogs are extremely sociable and friendly and you’ll have a ball interacting with them at $15/pax an hour (it comes along with a free scoop of ice cream too!). 

There are hourly time slots so it’s best to drop them a message to make a booking. Parents will also be glad to know that there isn’t an age requirement but children will need to be accompanied by an adult to ensure they handle the dogs safely. 

Address: 200 Pandan Gardens, #01-07, Singapore 609336
Phone: 9365 7967
Opening Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 3pm – 7pm
Saturday – Sunday, 12pm – 6pm

Cat Petting Cafes in Singapore

The soothing presence of graceful felines and the cosy ambience of these cafes create a purrfect haven for cat lovers to unwind.

1. Catopia Cafe

Catopia Cat Cafe

Google rating: 4.5 (127 reviews)

Tucked away in Little India, Catopia Cafe has a wide range of kitties on their premises and cat lovers will be spoiled for choice with 13 lovely cats at the cafe to play with. They also have a food menu where you can order wraps, pies and ice cream if you get peckish!

Interact and lounge with the adorable cats for $13/pax for the first hour with a choice of a complimentary drink. The converted shophouse space is relaxing and homely, making it a great place to snuggle up with some cats over the weekend.

Address: 46A Dunlop St, Singapore 209375
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 8907 0666]
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm
Monday, 1pm – 6pm

2. Meomi Cat Cafe

Meomi Cat Cafe

Google rating: 4.6 (560 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.5 (1,133 Reviews)

Meomi Cat Cafe is home to tabbies, ragdolls and many other breeds that have gained a loyal following for their cuteness and different personalities. Enjoy playtime with the cats at $13/pax for the first hour and enjoy a free drink on the house. 

It’s recommended by the owners to drop them a message on Facebook or Instagram to make an appointment as they don’t have fixed days where they close the cafe to let the cats rest. You wouldn’t want to head down and find that they’re not open for the day!

Address: 668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801
Phone: 6296 0339
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 8pm

3. The Cat Cafe

The Cat Cafe

Google rating: 4.2 (808 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.0 (1,308 Reviews)

With 2 outlets in Bugis and the Rail Mall, The Cat Cafe is one of the longest-standing cat petting cafes in Singapore. The 15 cats at Bugis and 14 at the Rail Mall are all rescued strays that have been taken in and cared for. 

At $18/pax for the first 2 hours along with a complimentary canned soft drink, this is definitely an experience that’s worth the money. The cats in the Bugis outlet are more senior, and are generally calmer around humans. At the Rail Mall outlet, the younger cats are more active and playful so expect some zoomies!

Address: 241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030
Phone: 6338 6815
Opening Hours: Monday, 3pm – 9pm
Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 9pm
Saturday – Sunday, Public Holiday and School Holiday, 10am – 10pm

Rail Mall
Address: 392 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678046
Phone: 6977 9579
Opening Hours: Monday, 3pm – 9 pm
Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 9pm
Saturday – Sunday, Public Holiday and School Holiday, 10am – 10pm

4. Wildflower Studio

Wildflower Studio

Google rating: 5.0 (342 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (9 Reviews)

This art-jamming cat cafe offers a unique weekend activity for you to enjoy. Wildflower Studio works with cat rescue groups and proceeds from their cafe will help to fund and support the rescue groups’ kitten fostering and socialisation programmes. 

Here, you can choose between a Semi-Guided Art Jam with Cats where art facilitators will guide you in your artwork and you can enjoy a feeding session with the cats, or a more casual Chill out with Cats session where you can choose to paint or hang out with cats (or do both!) at your own pace and time. 

Address: 56A Niven Road, Singapore 228405
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 8101 4990
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 12pm | 2pm – 7pm
Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 12pm | 2pm – 8pm

Visiting Animal Cafes in Singapore

These dog and cat petting cafes are a great opportunity for non-pet owners to interact and cuddle with new-found furry friends.

Alternatively, dog owners can check out our article on the best dog cafes in Singapore to wine and dine with their pup, while those with cats can head to these cat cafes in Singapore for a date with their feline.


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