There are many animal lovers in Hong Kong, but due to small apartments and crazy busy lifestyles, not many people are able to adopt a pet. Enter cat cafés — A great opportunity for cat enthusiasts to meet, pet and give scratches to cats while enjoying a nice coffee and a snack, or even a full meal if they are hungry. Most cafés are also very supportive of local cat shelters and adoptions, which makes it a great way to give back to the community. So if you’re a local or tourist cat lover, here is your ultimate list of cat cafés in Hong Kong!

Scaredy Cat — Yuen Long

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Spend time with the “cat store managers” at Scaredy Cat while you treat yourself to soft serve ice cream (© Scaredy Cat)

If your craving for kitty time comes with a side order of ice cream, then head on over to Scaredy Cat. Enjoy spending time with their “cat store managers” as you check out their menu that features soft serve ice cream, smoothies, chocolate lava cake, and yoghurt parfait with granola. Depending on what time of year you pop by the café, you’ll find their signature homemade frozen yoghurt or fondue. Kitty playtime here lasts an hour and comes with a treat for the friendly felines.

Address: Scaredy Cat, Shop 13, G/F, Block 2, Crystal Park, 50 Ma Tin Road, Yuen Long
Opening Hours: 12.30pm-9pm
Contact: Instagram | Facebook | +852 9765 5670

Cat Garden — Peng Chau

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The family-run Cat Garden in Peng Chau allows visitors to play with cats as they check out the trinkets and souvenirs on display (© Cat Garden)

Any cat lover’s trip to outlying island Peng Chau will not be complete without a visit to the island’s cat café. This family-run spot is home to adopted and residential strays that you can play with while you sip on a drink. Browse through their cat-themed trinkets and stationery and find that perfect Instagram spot among Cat Garden’s bric-a-brac. You don’t need to make a reservation, but you have to bring a pair of socks to wear before you enter.

Address: Cat Garden, 17 Wing Hing Street, Peng Chau
Opening Hours: 12.30pm-5pm (closed on Wednesday and Thursday)
Contact: Instagram | Facebook | +852 6111-4553

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Catio Cat Cafe — Causeway Bay

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Relax in this Japanese-inspired café while you play with the resident cats (© Catio)

Step into this little haven for felines that’s a stone’s throw away from SOGO, and be swept up in its Japanese aesthetic, with its natural wood décor and cheery ambience. More than 10 cats call this Causeway Bay spot home, mostly of the Shorthair and Ragdoll variety. For HK$78, you’ll get an hour of playtime with the resident kitties and a free drink — and you don’t pay for the second hour if you order food. The menu includes Spaghetti Carbonara, Fish & Chips and Beef Pizza, which can be ordered à la carte or as part of the set menu.

Address: Catio Cat Cafe, 1501-02 United Success Commercial Centre, 506-508 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay
Opening Hours: 12pm-9.30pm
Contact: Website | Instagram | Facebook | +852 6413 4929

Meow Art Coffee — Tsuen Wan

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Interact with cats and sign up for a latte art workshop at this Tsuen Wan café (© Meow Art Cafe)

Love latte art? Then reserve a table at this spacious Tsuen Wan venue that has sweeping views of the waterfront and order a cuppa with a cat-themed design. Play with any of the 12 cats that you’ll find prowling around the café — it’s a minimum of HK$68 for the first hour on weekdays, and HK$88 on weekends and public holidays. While you can order drinks off the menu, you’ll have to bring your own food if you feel peckish. Sign up for a 2D and 3D latte workshop, during which you will create IG-worthy coffee creations that you can drink once you’re done.

Address: Meow Art Coffee, Room A, 18/F, Tsuen Tung Factory Building, 38-40 Chai Wan Kok Street, Tsuen Wan
Opening Hours: 11am-7pm (Monday-Friday), 11am-9pm (Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays)
Contact: Website | Instagram | Facebook | +852 5690 0686

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Cat Island Café — Causeway Bay

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Cats-in-residence of Cat Island Café (© Cat Island Cafe)

As the oldest, having been around for 18 years, and perhaps the most conveniently located, a visit to Cat Island Café is a must for all cat lovers. They have several adorable, friendly cats who have been adopted and who absolutely love getting pets. The cutest part? Their food is cat-inspired or shaped, so you’ll have plenty to add to your Instagram feed. If you are looking for something sweet, try their cat-shaped Chocolate and Sweet Milk Toast or the Strawberry Pancakes, but if you’d prefer something savoury and more filling, then you must get their Japanese Beef Meow Bowl.  This place does get busy over the weekends, so be sure to grab your spot early!

Address: Cat Island Café, Unit D, 3/F, Po Ming Bldg, 2-6 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay
Opening Hours: 12pm-9pm
Contact: Instagram | Facebook | +852 2710 9953

Café de Kitten — Mong Kok

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The homey surroundings of Café de Kitten (© The Neighbor’s Cat)

This hidden gem in Mong Kok has six adorable, fluffy and friendly cats, giving a cozy, relaxed and homey feel. As with all cats, while they might be playful, they need to be treated with respect and care. The owner is undoubtedly a cat lover himself, and you can talk to him for hours on end about his cats. They have a large selection of cakes, snacks and drinks, in case you’re hungry.  Some must-try dishes include their Matcha Green Tea Layer Cake, Baked Potato Wedges and the Rose smoothie. The minimum charge is HK$68 per hour per person, and it is a cash-only store.

Address: Café de Kitten, Shop 1401, 14/F, Pakpolee Commercial Centre, 1A Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok
Opening Hours: 1pm-10pm
Contact: Instagram | Facebook | +852 6221 1779

Cats Tea Room Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok & Tsuen Wan

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Getting up close and personal at Cats Tea Room (© The Neighborhood Cat)

With over 25 cats in their Tsuen Wan branch at a given point, you will be sure to find one to take that perfect selfie with! Moreover, Cats Tea Room is committed to helping stray cats both by adopting former strays, and also donating to local NGOs that help strays in Hong Kong. The minimum charges are HK$68 (HK$79 on weekends and public holidays) for the first hour and HK$38 (HK$48 on weekends and public holidays) for every hour after. This includes a free drink! And you can also feed the cats with treats for just HK$12, a great way to interact with the cats and get more pets. Food for humans is also available, and you must grab one of their many cookies with your coffee.

Tsuen Wan: 1/F, 45 Tai Ho Road
Tsim Sha Tsui: Flat 3, Floor 3, 53 Haiphong Road, Hai Phong Mansion
Mong Kok: 1/F, 60 Bute Street
Opening Hours: 1.30pm-10.30pm (Monday-Friday), 11.30am-10.30pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Contact: Website | Instagram | Facebook | +852 5588 4627 (Tsim Sha Tsui), +852 5545 0336 (Mong Kok), +852 5363 528 (Tsuen Wan)

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Urban Café — Kwun Tong, Mong Kok & Lai Chi Kok

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© Alan/Google Reviews (photo 1) | uFood (photo 2)

If you are looking for a quiet oasis in the city, where you get to meet nice people, and of course, adorable cats, Urban Café is your place to go! It is accessible to people of all ages, and so is a great place to bring your kids to learn how to interact with animals. The food variety is also substantial, and you can have a full meal surrounded by the greatest animals. If you’re wanting Steak, Risotto or even breakfast foods, you have many options. They also serve the infamous dalgona in a number of different flavours, such as Rose and Matcha, that we bet you haven’t tried at home!

Kwun Tong: 6/F, Block 1, Camel Paint Building, 62 Hoi Yuen Road
Lai Chi Kok: 680, 1/F, Lai Sun Commercial Centre, Cheung Sha Wan Road
Mong Kok: 2/F, Kiu Jian Building, 566-568A Nathan Road
Mong Kok: 14/F, CTMA Centre, 1N Sai Yeung Choi Street South 
Opening Hours: 12pm-10pm
Contact: Website | Instagram | Facebook | +852 9049 9929 (Lai Chi Kok), +852 6832 6990 (Nathan Road, Mong Kok), +852 5307 3636 (Kwun Tong), +852 5969 8549 (CTMA Centre, Mong Kok)

Catfe — Mong Kok

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Cat Jungle’s indoor section (© Cat Jungle)

As the first outdoor cat café in Hong Kong, Catfe (AKA, Cat Jungle) has a lot to offer. The cats have a ton of space to roam around and there are often new cats, especially kittens, popping up! This is because Catfe has cats for adoption. Most of the kitties are well-behaved and excited to play with humans! There is a minimum spend of HK$100 per person for an hour and a half, and HK$120 on weekends and public holidays. You also have some food options, including snacks such as potato wedges and chicken wings, and if you’re hungry there is also carbonara and a jungle special. The jungle special is also edible for the cats, so if you’re looking to bribe one, be sure to order a serving!

Address: 3A, Ko’s House, 577 Nathan Road, Mong Kok
Opening Hours: 12pm-10pm
Contact: Website | Facebook | Instagram | +852 9664 6361

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