7 Pet Cafes in Singapore for your Dopamine Fix

7 Pet Cafes in Singapore for your Dopamine Fix

When you think about pet cafe, what comes first in your mind? Gorgeous little puppy with charming eyes demanding for attention or that purring kitty on your lap? Nobody leaves a pet cafe unsatisfied and gloomy! Here we’ve listed 7 pet cafes, guaranteed to make your weekend plan or leisure time well spent!


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1. We are The Furballs

We are The Furballs or WTF in short, is one of the most pawpular dog cafes in Singapore, where you can interact and mingle with the resident dogs. Admission fee is at $3 with a complimentary drink. You may add another $3 for a bag of treats. Their dogs are well-groomed, friendly and some can even do tricks. There’s a wide, spacious area for dogs to run about and lay on the floor. Regulars comment the dog cafe for its music, clean place, and enough sitting area. WTF has limited slot so make sure to book a reservation in advance.

Contact We are the Furballs
Address: 201 Victoria Street, #07-07 Bugis+ Singapore, Singapore 188067
Phone: +65 6509 1186
Hours: Mon – Thu & Sun: 1 – 10 pm   |   Fri – Sat: 12.30 – 10.30 pm


Photo credit: Irene Lim


2. Wooftopia Pet Cafe

If you want to bring your dog to a pet-friendly restaurant with great food, then this place is just the right choice. Wooftopia offers a wide range of food, whether you need a full course meal or just wanna hang out in a bit. Choose from their mains, pasta, tea, coffee or milkshake. The dog cafe adheres to leash-policy so don’t forget to bring one. Reservation is advised.

Contact Wooftopia Pet Cafe 
Address: 200 TURF CLUB ROAD, THE GRANDSTAND, #01-29/30 SINGAPORE 287994
Phone: +65 6966 8818
Hours: 12 pm – 9 pm   |   Closed on Tuesdays


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3. I.N.U Cafe & Boutique

I.N.U Cafe & Boutique boasts it spacious area for dogs of all kinds to run about. Regular customers commend the menu set with affordable prices but satisfying and indulging taste. They also serve local zi char style dishes and a selection of desserts. Meanwhile, you can visit their boutique for dog care products such as shampoo, cologne, supplements and all-natural treats.


Contact I.N.U Cafe & Boutique
Address: 530 Balestier Road Monville Mansions #01-06/07 Singapore, Singapore 329857
Phone: +65 8189 8092
Hours: 12 pm to 9 pm | Closed on Wednesdays


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4. Sun Ray Cafe 

Sun Ray Cafe is an award-winning dog cafe pawpular for its aromatic coffee and specialty teas. Their menu offers diverse selection from breakfast, meat, pasta, Vegetarian to coffee, smoothie and beer, pet meal, all at affordable prices. Visit the cafe if you want to spend the day, enjoying great food together.

Contact Sun Ray Cafe 
Address: 79 and 81 Brighton Crescent Serangoon Gardens Estate Singapore 559218
Phone: +65 8909 8458
Hours: 8.30 am – 10 pm   |   Closed on Wednesdays


Photo credit: Chin Yi Bing

5. The Cat Cafe

Coffee, tea, pastries and CATS! Enjoy some fresh, locally roasted coffee beans while giving the feline babies some head rubs! There’s a $16 fee for the first two hours with a complimentary soft drink. Just add additional $4 for the subsequent half hour. If you wish to change drinks, top ups are available to upgrade to coffee, tea or chocolate. Or you can try their desserts! Their first branch in Rail Mall homes 15 cats while their new branch in Bukit Timah has 11 cats! All cats from the cafe are adopted or rehomed strays and if you wish to give them some love too, book a reservation in advance. There’s a grace period of 10 minutes so be sure not to be late.

Contact The Cat Cafe 
Phone: +65 8189 8092

Address: Bugis
241B Victoria Street Level 3
Hours: Monday: 3pm to 10pm  |   Tuesday – Sunday, Public Holiday: 10am to 10pm

Address: The Rail Mall
392 Upper Bukit Timah Road
Hours: Wednesday: 3pm to 10pm   |   Thursday    Tuesday, Public Holiday: 10am to 10pm


Photo credit: Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa


6. Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa 

Neko no Niwa rehomed several stray cats in 2013 and launched Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa on the same year on Christmas Day and that was the birth of the first cat cafe ever in Singapore. All of the cats have been sterilised, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Unlike others, this cat cafe lets you spend a whole day with the cats for a standard fee of $32. But if you want to stay for a short time with their lovely cats, you can pay a $12 fee for the first hour. The owners love cats and baking so be sure to try out their desserts along with your drink. Before visiting, book in advance to reserve a slot.

Contact Cafe Neko no Niwa 
Address: 54A Boat Quay (Level 2) Singapore 049843
Phone: +65 6536 5319
Hours: Mon, Wed to Sun: 11 am to 9 pm (last entry at 8pm)   |   Closed on Tuesdays


Photo credit: Meomi Cat Cafe

7. Meomi Cat Cafe

It’s the newest cat cafe in Singapore but Meomi Cat Cafe receives great feedback from cat lovers as the place is cozy, quiet and well-maintained. There’s plenty of seating for visitors and enough area for their 7 cats to expose their fluffy bellies. Tip: call in advance about the cat’s mealtime so you can help feed the cats. What a meowsome experience! Reservation is advisable before heading over to the cat cafe.

Contact Meomi Cat Cafe
Address: 668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801 (Nearest MRT: Bugis)
Phone: +65 6296 0339
Hours: Mon, Thu to Sun: 11:00 aM - 8:00 pM (last entry at 8pm)   |    Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays


Is it your first time to visit a pet cafe? Will you bring your pet or just wanna visit other dogs and cats on your leisure time? Pet cafes can be really stress-relieving, dopamine-inducing and exciting experience for you and your pet. Remember to be mindful of other pet owners, their pets, and the pet cafe crew. Clean after your pet and reconsider bringing your pet if they are skittish around unfamiliar faces. After your relaxing date at a pet cafe, you can bring your pet outdoors for fun and engaging activity. Lastly, have fun and enjoy the day!

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