10 dog & cat cafes where you can play with adorable furry friends in Singapore

Since young, I’ve always wished to have a dog or cat, but have never been able to as in Singapore, owning pets tends to be a little expensive. If you find yourself to be in the same boat, why not try visiting a dog or cat cafe?

I’m not talking about cafes that are merely pet-friendly. Dog and cat cafes are spaces specifically designed to allow visitors to view and interact with tame pets, allowing them to safely hang out with these cuddly creatures in a controlled environment.

Here are 10 dog and cat cafes in Singapore for you to play with adorable furry friends.

1. Meomi Cat Cafe

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Meomi Cat Cafe is located along North Bridge Road in the Bugis vicinity. This little cafe is home to multiple felines, each of different breed and colour. Visits are priced at S$14 per hour, and include a beverage.

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I made a reservation via Instagram before heading down, and spent an hour surrounded by adorable cats lounging around and playing. The cats were not aggressive and many patiently welcomed pats and strokes. The quaint space was also adorned with cat-themed decorations like pillows, clocks and whimsical paintings!

You can also get a cute cat-themed souvenir at the cashier, such as badges, stickers and more.

668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801
+65 6296 0339
Fri to Sun: 11am – 8pm
Closed on Mon to Thu
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2. What the Pug Cafe

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Pugs galore! If these wrinkly-faced pups spark joy in your life, you’ll be sure to love the cheekily named What The Pug Cafe, a dog cafe that exclusively houses this flat-faced dog breed. Located along Haji Lane, the cafe is conveniently located 10 minutes from Bugis MRT station.

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On weekdays, enjoy a 45 minute petting session at S$20. If you’d prefer to head down on a weekend or a public holiday, note that the ticket will be priced at S$25 instead. Each ticket comes with a canned drink and a polaroid photo with the pugs. What better way to commemorate your visit?

80 Haji Lane, Singapore 189271
+65 6293 3350
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 8pm
Closed on Mon
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3. Catopia Cafe

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Catopia Cafe, located in Bugis, is home to 10 gorgeous cats, each with their own unique colour and personality. Say hi to kitties like Omy, a Persian with a split coloured face, a British Shorthair that had been abandoned in the streets before being adopted by the cafe’s owners.

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Admission fees start at S$13 per hour, including a drink. On weekdays, you can opt to add on S$6 for an additional 30 minutes or S$8 for an additional hour. On weekends, public holidays and school holidays, that fee is a little pricier at an additional S$13 per hour.

46A Dunlop Street, Singapore 209375
+65 8907 0666
Tue to Sun: 10am – 6pm
Closed on Mon
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4. Chow Cute Cafe

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The large, fuzzy chow chow dog breed is hard to come by in sunny Singapore, but a spot that you can look forward to meeting these fluffy creatures is at Chow Cute Cafe. Located within Seletar Aerospace Park, Chow Cute Cafe offers you an up close encounter with these Northern Chinese pups.

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Unlike other dog cafes that charge based on the time spent within their premises, Chow Cute Cafe operates a little differently, serving up a delectable spread of cafe foods and drinks. The cafe requires a minimum spend of S$25 with a maximum stay time of 2 hours. The chow chows are located within the merchandise store of the cafe, so that you can both enjoy a proper meal and play with the dogs when you visit.

To make things more exciting, Chow Cute Cafe is pet friendly, and even has a pet menu for you to dine with your fur babies!

16 The Oval, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 797873
+65 6974 7916
Tue to Thu & Sun: 11am – 7pm
Fri: 11am – 8pm
Sat: 11am – 9pm
Closed on Mon
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5. Cat Paradise

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At Cat Paradise, you don’t just get to play with furry felines; the cafe also serves as an adoption centre for cats.

Cat Paradise partners with Project LUNI, a non-profit organisation that rescues and rehomes street cats. Here, you can bond with the various cats under their care and potentially adopt them to bring them back to their fur-ever homes!

Even if you’re not looking to commit to an adoption, you can always drop by for a fun recreational visit.

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A 1 hour petting session costs S$18, where you can cuddle, feed and play with the rescue cats. If you prefer to spend a longer amount of time within the space, you can even opt for a whole day entry on weekdays at S$40.

23 Upper Weld Road, #02-01, Singapore 207380
+65 8909 7147
Thu to Tue: 11am – 7.30pm
Closed on Wed
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Lau Chong Kee Bedok Confectionery: Old-school custard buns & red bean-filled fluffy cakes from $1

6. NekoTown Cat Cafe

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NekoTown serves as a cat cafe, groomer and retailer. They’re one of the most affordable cat cafes in Singapore, with each entry coming with free flow drinks!

The adorable breeds you may come across in NekoTown Cat Cafe include British Shorthairs and Ragdolls.

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On weekdays, an hour of admission costs S$9, while 2 hours costs S$15. Meanwhile, a one day pass comes in at S$28, granting you a whole day of playing with the NekoTown cats. On weekends and public holidays, admission is priced at S$12 for an hour, S$20 for 2 hours and S$38 for a day pass.

658 Geylang Road, Singapore 389588
+65 8683 4567
Mon to Fri: 11am – 9pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 10pm
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7. The Cat Cafe

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The Cat Cafe is one of the only animal cafes in Singapore to have 2 outlets, with one being located in Bugis while the other is located in Bukit Timah’s The Rail Mall. The cafe houses a total of 29 adopted cats, with 15 in their Bugis outlet and 14 in their Bukit Timah outlet.

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Enjoy a 2-hour session at The Cat Cafe for S$18, which includes a drink of your choice. Subsequent half-hours cost S$4.50. On weekdays, you can also opt for a whole day pass at S$40.

The cafe also serves mains like Chicken Mushroom Pie (S$6), Baked Macaroni (S$10) and Cakes (S$8), in case you start feeling peckish.

For a list of locations, opening hours and contact numbers, click here.
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8. Wildflower Studio

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Wildflower Studio is one of the more unique cat cafes in Singapore: Aside from hanging out with their 6 resident cats and foster cats, you also get to enjoy an art jamming session where you can create an artwork of your own.

Wildflower Studio also works with cat rescue groups and fosters over 10 cats that you could potentially adopt!

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Try out the Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats workshop, which comes in at S$48 for 2.5 hours, where you can art jam with the guidance of art facilitators and feed the cats while listening to the staff share stories about their felines.

An unguided session, on the other hand, starts at S$20 for the first hour, with each subsequent 30 minutes costing S$5 on weekdays and S$10 on weekends and public holidays.

56A Niven Road, Singapore 228405
+65 8101 4990
Mon to Fri: 10am – 12.30pm & 2pm – 7pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 12.30pm & 2pm – 8pm
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9. Fluffydolls Catfe

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Fluffydolls Catfe specialises in the breeding of Ragdoll and British Shorthair predigree cats. The adorable cats in their cafe (uniquely named a catfe) are available for purchase, and during the visitation sessions, visitors can expect to find out more about how to better care for cats.

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A 1.5 hour session at Fluffydolls Catfe costs S$28 per pax, and if you choose to purchase a kitten from them, the visitation fee will be deducted from the total price. Take note that children under the age of 10 are strictly not allowed within the premises.

555A Balestier Road, Singapore 329871
+65 9788 4846

Daily: 11am – 9pm
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10. The Cat Museum

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The Cat Museum is a non-profit adoption centre that doubles up as a cat cafe. Founded in 2015, this organisation rehomes orphaned cats and has helped 360 cats find their forever homes.

Additionally, The Cat Museum serves as an education centre, with cat themed art, crafts, soft toys, sculptures and paintings from around the world being on display within its walls.

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A 1-hour visit into The Cat Museum costs S$20. The money from the entrance fee is used to buy cat supplies like food and litter, so you know that your money will be put to good use. Do note that there are very limited slots, so be sure to book a slot for your visit on their website before heading down.

781A North Bridge Road, #02-01, Singapore 198749
+65 6336 2133
Sat & Sun: 11.30am – 12.30pm & 5pm – 6pm
Closed from Mon to Fri
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