With cats called Little Hoti, Luna and Sushi, how could you resist coming to this cat café on a trip to Budapest’s capital, Hungary? Sit back and relax with an espresso, fruit tea or chocolate whiskey while having a cuddle with these cute creatures or play a board game while you’re waiting for the cats to get used to you.
Image courtesy of Cat Cafe Budapest
Step foot into Austria’s very first cat café, Café Neko. Here you’ll find 5 adorable cats that go by the names of Sonia, Thomas, Moritz, Luca and Kurumi. There’s plenty of cat love to go around but while you’re waiting for their attention, why not treat yourself to a tasty strawberry mousse, crème caramel or the cafes homemade cake of the day?
Based in the very trendy Shoreditch area of London, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is the first crowdfunded cat café in the world – which shows just how much people love cats, and cake, and coffee. There are 10 cats here altogether with adorable names such as Wookie and Biscuit - yes the cats are as cute as their names. Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium also names their speciality drinks after their much loved cats. You have “The Lizzie” which is a Cranberry White Hot Chocolate and “The Carbonelle” which is a Peanut Butter Jelly Latte. If we didn’t like cats, we’d still go for the delicious sounding drinks...
Image courtesy of Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium
KitTea is San Francisco’s first cat café and a pretty charming one at that! All the cats you see at KitTea are up for adoption although unfortunately, if you’re from the UK, you won’t be able to bring one back in your luggage with you. It’s recommended to book ahead as it’s so popular here. However, if you do walk in but find there’s no space in the room of cats, there’s a separate café attached where you can get a Belgian waffle and a freshly brewed tea where the leaves are shipped straight from Japan. Ooh, fancy!
Have you been to a cat cafe before? Would you want to go to one? If you have we'd love to know which one you've been to!
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