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Cat Cafes around the world

A cat café is a theme café whose main attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. How cool is that! Here's a list of cat cafes from all around the world...

Meow Parlour, New York City

New York City, USA

At Meow Parlour, you can rent time to access to our space, where we have adoptable free roaming cats. You can come for as little as half an hour so you can just pet the cats or stay for up to five hours where you can use our free wi-fi while a cat naps next to you. Meow Parlour has teamed up with KittyKind, an all volunteer, no kill rescue group located in NYC. KittyKind specializes in adopting out cats so if you fall in love, you can apply to adopt one!
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Café Chat L'Heureux (Happy Cat Cafe), Montreal

Montreal, Canada

The Café Chat L’Heureux is a cafe/restaurant open to everyone where one can enjoy the company of cats while savoring beverages and quality products. It is a relaxation space to enjoy a prolonged contact with cats in an optimized space for human/feline interactions. The Café Chat L’Heureux also wants to provide benefits of cat-therapy.
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Crumbs and Whiskers, Washington

Washington, USA

Crumbs & Whiskers is Washington DC's first cat cafe. Our mission is to give DC's shelter cats a better life and to create a really fun cafe experience for DC residents. All cats are provided by the Washington Humane Society and are available for adoption.
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Café Miao, Denmark


Café Miao is Denmark's first coffee shop where customers can relax by stroking a cat, while enjoying a cup of coffee or tea. It is scientifically proven that a 15 -minute cuddle session with one of the cute animals can help to reduce stress levels.


Kissakahvila Purnauskis, Finland


They want to offer experiences for cat people and the other for connoisseurs. The café has specialties and the mysterious cat world.

Cat Town Cafe, California

Oakland, California

Cat Town is an independent, non-profit organization that operates through a partnership with Oakland Animal Services, and was founded by a core group of shelter volunteers to help at-risk cats. Since their founding in 2011, they’ve helped over 600 cats and kittens and look forward to helping many more! In addition to years of adoption counseling and shelter volunteering, they have experience fostering fearful cats and kittens, running mobile adoptions, and organizing successful outreach campaigns.
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Le Cafe des Chats, Paris

Paris, France

Coffee Cats is a tea room and a restaurant in which a dozen cats roaming free. All their cats have been adopted from animal protection organizations and found here a second chance. Part of Cats Coffee profits is donated to the feline protection. A monthly pension contribution is provisioned for each cat.
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Pee Pees Katzencafé

Berlin, Germany

Pee Pee's Katzencafé in Berlin in the area Neukölln, has two cats, Pelle and Caruso.

CatCafe, Budapest

Berlin, Hungary

The Cat Café Café Macs as a community space designed to the big city bustle of the guests come into contact in a pleasant environment so kind and friendly animals who embellish their day, or maybe tranquility, peace, radiate a couple of hours until we consume the assigned delicacies.

MiaGola cafe, Italy


The first Italian cat cafè opened in Turin in March 2014; at first it hosted six cats. Its name is MiaGola cafè , which in Italian can be interpreted as a language game: literally mia gola can be translated my throat, while miagola (stressed on the first syllable: miàgola) means (he or she) meows.
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Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium, London

London, UK

London's first ever cat café! Their mission is to provide a calm, quiet and unhurried space in a busy city, where people can be people and cats can be cats. Lady Dinah's is the perfect place to rest after a hectic morning at the Brick Lane Markets, or unwind after a stressful day at work.
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