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Worldwide Cat Cafes

Cat cafes are the perfect places where visitors can enjoy coffee and cake while petting cats. It is a theme cafe whose main attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. Pet owners pay to these cafes for take care of cat as a form of supervised indoor pet rental. They are the best options for those who cannot leave alone our cats in their own homes for any reason like; housing restrictions, living situations, holiday trip etc.



The world’s first cat cafe was opened in Taiwan in 1998 and located in Taipei. In very small time it was very popular in Japan and attracts many Japanese tourists as well as domestic visitors. In Japan, the first cat cafe opened in Osaka in 2004. Cat cafes are very popular in Japan and now springing up across the globe. A number of cat friendly cafes have opened in Europe and even plans to open in the U.S.

Top Worldwide Cat Cafes


Cat cafes are very popular in Japan. If you visit Tokyo, you can find at least 39 cat cafes. The first cat cafe was Cat’s Store which opened in 2005 by Norimasa Hanada. There are various types of cat cafes with featured specific categories of cat such as black cats, fat cats, rare breed cats or ex-stray cats. All cat cafes have a legal license and comply with the strict requirements and regulations of the Animal Treatment/Protection Law. They strictly ensure about the cleanliness, cats are not disturbed by excessive and unwanted attention.

Middle East

Cat’s Royalty Dubai Cat Cafe, is a famous cat cafe located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was the first cafe with freely moving cats opened in 2009 and then few more branches opened in 2013. Each cafe has a combination of little cozy cafe, a cats club and a cat therapy hall. There are 20 cat therapies of various breeds working there & meeting guests. These cafes are the perfect place for everyone who loves cats, wants to socialize with them, want to learn how to treat cats and know more about them and their breeds.


Cat Cafes are very popular in Asia also. In Korea, there is a cat cafe chain called “Cat Attic” with 9 different locations in Seoul and Busan. Norie Cat Cafe opened in November 2012 in Cheonan-si and Chungcheongnam-do with around 20 cats.

In Malaysia the famous cat cafe is “Purrfect Cat Cafe” opened in February 2014 and located in Georgetown, Penang.

In Bangkok, the Purr Cat Cafe Club is very popular and its boasts fourteen Persians as well as a cat beautician and outfit shop.

In Chiang Mai, the first cat cafe is Catmosphere Cat Cafe. It features 12 cats as well as a space theme with space-cat related artwork.

In Singapore, the Neko no Niwa is the first cat cafe at Clarke Quay and the second Cat cafe was opened on 22 June 2014.


In Austria, “Cafe Neko” is the first cat cafes opened on May 2012 in Vienna.

In England, “Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium” was opened on March 2014 in London.

In Hungary, the “Cat Cafe Budapest” was opened in February 2013 and another in March 2013.

In Germany, “Cafe Katzentempel” in Munich and “Pee Pees Katzencafe” in Berlin opened in 2013.

In Spain, “La Gatoteca” was opened on October 15 2013 in Madrid.

In France, “Le Cafe des Chats” was opened on September 21st 2013 in Paris.

In UK, “Totnes Cat Cafe” was opened on May 2013 in South Devon.

In Lithuania, “Cat Cafe Kaciu kavine will open in Vilnius in August 2014.

In Italy, “Neko Cafe” was opened in Torino on 5 April 2014.


Cat Cafe Melbourne is the first cat cafe in Australia and it was opened in Melbourne in July 2014.

So, if you are a cat lover and want to give a special treat to your cat, come and visit one of these cat cafes.

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