This co-working space in Bugis lets you work, chill, and play with cats along with free-flow drinks and snacks, gaming consoles & more from under S$4 per hour

by Marcus Leong

Think fast: what would your ideal work situation look like if you were given the chance to create your own? If your dream work station involves a (or several) cat, then we have some good news for you. There’s a new co-working space in Bugis that lets you work and play with cute kitties! 

Photo: @fuzzies_sg/instagram

Located along Arab Street, Fuzzies is a new co-working space cum cat cafe cum board game cafe. That’s right, you can actually work with cats here. 

Photo: Fuzzies/google images

The entire space is fully equipped with cosy spots for you to work comfortably, complete with Wi-Fi and electric sockets. There’s also plush beanbags and pillows for you to sink into and relax in between sending out emails and typing away on your keyboard — now whether you can actually get any work done here is another question. 

Photo: Fuzzies/google images

What’s also pretty cool is that there’s also a yoga corner here for you to get some stretches in, especially if you’ve been hunched over your laptop for a prolonged period. 

Photo: Jason Lim/google images

But probably the best part of this place is the seven resident cats — Uni, Soba, Udon, Mochi, Taro, and Sake. Fun fact: the cats here are all rescues, and Taro and Sake are siblings. 

Photo: Lynn Loh/google images

When they’re not playing at the cat playground, you can find them lounging around the premises. The cats are pretty shy at first but don’t worry, they’ll slowly warm up to you after sometime, and eventually you’ll get to see their true catty personality. Maybe if they’re in a good mood, they might even greet you as you walk in.  

Photo: Jason Lim/google images

In case you’re wondering where the cafe got their name from, you know that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you’re cuddling with the cats? Yup, that’s where Fuzzies got their name from. 

Unlike any other cat cafe in Singapore, where you’ll be required to purchase food and drinks or pay an admission fee before you’re allowed to play with the cats. Here, all you need to do is to purchase a ticket to enter fuzzies. 

Photo: Fuzzies/google images

Apart from giving you access to the kitties, the ticket also allows you access to the workstations, games corner, free-flow snacks and drinks, and even a Smart TV. 

That’s right, you can also chill with (human) friends and play a cool board game or watch a cool movie on the TV. 

Photo: @fuzzies_sg/instagram

By the way, the TV is equipped with Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ so you could even stream Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour film and have a whole watch party with the cats. 

Photo: @fuzzies_sg/instagram

Prices for the tickets start from S$15 (weekdays) and S$20 (weekends) for a two-hour session. But, from now until 31 May 2024, Fuzzies is having an opening special where you get 50% off the first two hours — which means you’ll only pay less than S$4 for an hour! 

Not bad right? I am totally gonna do that on my next work from home (don’t tell my boss).

Wanna work with cats for a day? 

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 92 Arab Street #03-01, Singapore 199788
🕑 11am–11pm, Daily

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