These precious felines were strays before being rescued by the Kitty Care Haven.
If you love furry felines and live in the West of Singapore, you’re in luck!
The Cat Cafe officially opened its second outlet at The Rail Mall on Jun 20.
Located at 392 Upper Bukit Timah Road, its opening hours are from 10am to 10pm, Thursday through Tuesday, including public holidays, and 3pm to 10pm on Wednesdays.
Here are some of the furry creatures you can meet there:
The Cat Cafe opened their very first outlet in Bugis, which now homes 15 cats, in 2014. Opening hours at their Bugis outlet are from 10am to 10pm, Tuesday through Sunday, including public holidays, and 3pm to 10pm on Wednesdays.
Both outlets charge $16 per person for the first two hours, with a complimentary soft drink. After that, every additional 30 minutes costs $4.
Walk-ins or reservations are allowed. If you wish to reserve a slot, you may ring 9677 9579 for The Rail Mall outlet and 6338 6815 for their Bugis outlet.
Do note that visitors have to be at least six years old to enter and children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Safe distancing measures will also be implemented.
You may check out their website for more details or pictures of their precious furry felines.
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