11 cat cafes in Singapore where you can work, play and cuddle with chonky munchkins, ragdolls & more

by Marcus Leong

If you’re here, you probably definitely love cats – why else would you be clicking into an article about cat cafes in Singapore? And if you’re fond of cats, then you would likely know how hilarious these creatures are with a natural talent for making us laugh with all the silly antics they get up to – all while being so cute and adorable at the same time. 

For all cat lovers, cat enthusiasts, or anyone in need of some cat-therapy, here are the best 11 cat cafes in Singapore where you can eat, work, play, paint and even sing karaoke with these adorable kittles! Make sure to save these places if you’re looking for something to do over the weekend.

Editor’s Note:

We enjoy animal-related establishments as it gives us the opportunity to interact with our favourite animals – and as animal lovers, we can’t ignore the ethical issues that revolve around this. From animal cafes to pet shops and catteries, there are a wide range of ethical concerns when it comes to animal welfare such as the treatment of the animals, or ethical breeding at pet shops and catteries.

As we share some really great animal cafes, pet shops and catteries to visit, we strongly urge everyone to treat these animals gently, and if you have seen signs that the animals are not being well taken care of, please highlight it to us immediately. If you are considering getting a pet, we would also encourage you to consider adoption options first if possible. There are plenty of lovable animals waiting for a good home at places like SoSD, Cat Welfare Society, and the SPCA!

1. Trulydolls Cat Cafe 

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Located at Kampong Bahru Road, Trulydolls Cat Cafe is a new cat cafe specialising in fluffy and irresistibly cute ragdoll cats with gorgeous twinkling blue eyes. There are two packages available, the Standard Package (S$28) which gives you an hour with the cats and is inclusive of a drink – and the Deluxe Package (S$38) which gives you one hour with the cats as well as a drink, dessert and two printed photos.

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If you’re keen to visit and spend some time with these beautiful felines, make sure to message them on Instagram at @trulydollsg to reserve a slot as visits are by reservation only with no walk-ins allowed on Saturdays and Sundays. Weekday slots are subject to availability, so feel free to message and check with them in advance.

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📍 73B Kampong Bahru Rd, #02-00, Singapore 169374
🕑 12pm – 7pm (Sat to Sun); Weekday slots subject to availability 

2. Meownistry of Meow

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Meownistry of Meow is a mix between co-working lounge and a temporary foster home for cats. You can pop by to play and cuddle with these kittens when you’re feeling stressed at work, chill with friends, play some games, or even sing karaoke. 

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There are three private rooms for you to choose from, depending on your needs. All the rooms are equipped with Nintendo Switch console games, movies, and even a professional karaoke system for you to belt your heart out. You’re also free to bring your own board games or borrow one of the lounge’s cat-themed board games like Cat-opoly. 

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Rates for the karaoke room start from S$35/hour and can accommodate up to 12 pax, while the smaller private rooms are priced from S$25/hour and can fit up to four pax. Rates for the Open lounge passes start from just S$10/hour or S$30 for a one-day pass. 

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📍 4A Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199316
🕝 11am—10pm (Daily)

3. Gem Cat Cafe

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Gem Cat Cafe might just be the best cat cafe in Singapore and their six cuddly British Shorthairs are the reasons why. Located in Jalan Besar, you can head over for some much needed cat therapy with prices starting from just S$15 per hour.

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The cafe takes interactions to a whole new level by letting you carry the cats like a baby. If you follow the proper technique demonstrated by the staff, you may even get a purr or two from these little ones — how adorable is that!

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Each entry into the cafe costs S$15 per person for one hour, or S$25 for two hours. You’ll also be entitled to a free scoop of gelato — just make sure you keep those away from the greedy cats. They also have a selection of drinks for you to stay hydrated after playing with the kitties.

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📍 107 Desker Road, Singapore 209629
🕝 12pm—10pm (Tue to Fri), 10am—10pm (Sat & Sun), Closed on Mon.

4. Catopia Cafe 

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Catopia Cafe at Dunlop Street houses 10 adorable cats, from tuxedo cats to calicos, tabbies and more. Each kitty has its own unique personality and is sure to brighten up your day, or at the very least help you to destress (spending time with animals helps to alleviate stress, accordingly). 

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Hop into the cafe, grab a drink and a dessert or some light bites, and then settle in to meet the furry residents! Observe these cats and the funny things they get up to and interact with them at the same time – meet Bruno, aptly known as The Dreamer, Omy the Fiesty Princess, Boomer also known as Mr Popularity, Hana the Gentle Soul and more quirky kitties!

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📍 46A Dunlop St, Singapore 209375
🕑 10am – 6pm (Tue to Sun) 

5. SGCatHouse

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Located in Paya Lebar, SGCatHouse is one of the newest additions to the cat cafe scene in Singapore with over nine different breeds of cats just chilling all around the cat interaction space. There are also toys for you to play with the kitties, or to attract their attention.

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If you wanna feel like the most popular person in the cafe, you can purchase some cat feed (S$1) from the counter and the kitties will come running to you.

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Rates for the cat cafe start from just S$9 per hour and S$15 for two hours. They’ve also got full day passes going for just S$28 so you can get really cosy with your feline friends. And if one whole day with these furry felines aren’t enough, they even have packaged deals going from S$65 for 10 one-hour visits, valid for six months. Each entry will also entitle you to a free drink of your choice — not bad right?

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📍 729 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389640
🕝 11am—9pm (Daily)

6.  Pat-A-Cat

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Pat-A-Cat Cafe is one of the newer cafes in Singapore and what sets this cafe apart from others is that the cute little kitties here are all up for adoption. If you really loved hanging out with them, you could bring them home — literally.

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Located in Joo Chiat, you’ll get to play and snuggle with furry cats and kittens, many of whom have been rescued from the streets — awww. The kittens here are extremely fun and energetic, so don’t be surprised if you find them jumping and running all over you.

The rates here are pretty affordable too at just S$15 per hour with one free drink, and S$5 for every subsequent hour. If you’re in need of some intense cat-therapy, they even have full day passes for S$40.

📍 438a Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427651
🕝 12pm—8pm (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon

7. Cat Paradise 

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Cat Paradise is Singapore’s very first cageless cat adoption centre that allows us to interact freely with the rescued cats. A lovely initiative to encourage cat adoption as you’ll be able to interact more closely with the cats and see their true personalities shine in a comfortable environment! 

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Potential adopters and all cat lovers (whether you’re adopting or not) are welcome to spend time with these furry babies at just S$15 per hour. The fee also includes treats that you can feed the cats to score some brownie points with them. For those who want to spend more time getting to know these lovely felines, you can also opt for the S$30 full-day pass (weekdays).

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23 Upper Weld Rd, #02-01, Singapore 207380
11am – 8pm (Mon to Sun)

8. Me Cafe & Game

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ME Cafe & Game Orchardgateway sports a glamping theme complete with tents, fake shrubs, fairy lights and even a “moon”. The best part, the game cafe also has cats casually roaming and lounging around waiting for you to pet them during your game.

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According to the staff, the cats love cuddles, so go all out and cuddle with them as much as you want. Currently, there are a total of five resident cats roaming around the space. Don’t worry, they’re super friendly and welcoming, so if you need some consolation after losing the games, you know where to head to.

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Price-wise, the Basic Campout costs S$18.80 per pax for the first hour and S$10 for each subsequent hour. There’s also the Ultimate Campout for S$20.80 for the first hour and each subsequent hour costing S$12.

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📍277 Orchard Road, OrchardGateway #04-12, Singapore 238858
🕝11am—11pm (Sun to Thu), 11am—1am (Fri & Sat)

9. Wildflower Studio 

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While not a cat cafe or cattery, here’s where you can relax and do some art jamming with cats at this home-based art studio in Yishun! Meet the three wonderful cats at Wildflower Studio — and enjoy an art jamming with cat session at S$35 for 2 hours inclusive of a complimentary drink of your choice. 

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Essential materials such as painting canvas, paints, and paint brushes will be provided by the home studio, and if you’re bringing kids, the studio has separate time slots for adults and children under 12 years old. Sessions are held every weekend, with one session on Saturdays for the children and one on Sundays for the adults!

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📍 56A Niven Road, Singapore 288405
🕑 10am – 12:30pm & 3pm – 6pm (Tue – Sun), 3pm – 6pm (Mon)

10. SGCatCafe

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SGCatCafe has a total of 29 cats, all of whom were rescued. They have two locations in Singapore — one at The Rail Mall and the other in Bugis. What’s the difference? Well, the cats. If you’re looking to interact with a less active bunch, then the Bugis outlet is for you as the cats there are aged between 8 to 15 years old (in cat years of course).  

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The cats at the Rail Mall outlet are aged between 3 to 6 years old and they’re generally more active — well, except during their naptime. Naturally, here is also where you’ll find the cats jumping around a little more than the Bugis outlet, but honestly, even watching cats take a nap is pretty wholesome. 

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Price-wise, it’s S$18 for the first two-hours with a complimentary canned drink, and every subsequent 30 minutes costs S$4.50. If you’re one of those who prefer to work around cats instead of humans (relatable), they even have whole day passes for just S$40 with one free drink of your choice. The passes are only available on weekdays, subject to availability. 

📍 241B Victoria Street, Level 3, Singapore 188030, 392 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 678046 
🕝 3pm—9pm (Mon), 10am—9pm (Tue to Fri), 10am—10pm (Sat & Sun)

11. Meomi Cat Cafe 

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Meomi Cat Cafe is one of the OG cat cafes in Singapore — they’ve been around since the early 2010s. They’re home to nine absolutely adorable kittens that will simply make your heart melt. 

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Located in Bugis, the cafe is a cosy chillout spot for you to interact and play with the furry felines. If you’re slightly afraid of cats, don’t worry as the owners will help you to feel comfortable around the cats. You might even get a chance to feed them treats! 

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Get snuggly with these gentle cats or give them some soothing head rubs. And if you wish to get in on the fun and play with them, you’re more than welcome to borrow some cat toys. Price-wise, the first hour costs S$14 per adult and S$7 per child. Each subsequent 30 minutes cost S$5 (adult) and S$3 (child) respectively. 

📍 749 Geylang Road Lorong 39, Singapore 389655
🕝 1pm—2am (Tue to Thu), 12pm—2am (Friday), 10am—2am (Sat & Sun)

So if you’re ready to spend some time with cute cats, and give all the scratchies and snoot boops you want, head over to any of these 11 cat cafes and catteries in Singapore soon!

PS: Looking for more animals to hang out with? Check out these 12 animal cafes in Singapore where you can chill with chow chows, corgis and more!

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