Best Cat Cafes In KL & Selangor For The Purr-fect Companion 

We learned a new word writing this story: Ailurophile. Which means cat lover! Is that you, dear reader? Do you love cats enough to be in a room with them strutting around, beckoning for your attention with soft pulsating purrs? Yes? Then you’ll feel right at home in a cat cafe, which is exactly what it sounds like; a cafe with cats. It allows you to enjoy the experience of having a pet sans the responsibilities in tow. The good news is you don’t have to travel to Japan—where pet cafes were popularised—for feline companionship. 

If you’re searching for a cat cafe in Malaysia, come to Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, where you’ll find them littered across different locations, including the newly-launched cat cafe from Japan in LaLaport!

How Much Does It Cost To Enter A Cat Cafe?

It’s normal for cat cafes to charge a nominal fee for the price of admission, which can come bundled with a beverage, a main or both. That fee varies, but the purpose for it is similar across the board: to care for the resident cats so they can stay healthy, happy, and purry. 

Pet Cuddly Felines At These Cat Cafes In Kuala Lumpur

Cat cafes are child-friendly. In fact, kids are encouraged to interact with animals from a young age. That said, parents are advised to keep an eye on their children to avoid possible conflict. 

Coo & Riku

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Located in the recently-launched Japanese lifestyle mall LaLaport BBCC, Coo & Riku is a cat cafe and pet shop under one roof for feline lovers to congregate in comfort. The cafe is segregated into four signature themes and features 50 lovable cat breeds among fitted wooden platforms and bridges, so you’ll have no problem making a furry friend or two while you sip on an iced mocha. Separately, the pet store sells an assortment of pet treats, grooming essentials, and accessories like leashes and collars.

Price: RM30 per person for 30 minutes. After which, it’s RM6 for every 10 minutes. An all-day pass is available for RM70 per person.

Address: Lot L4-05 & 06, Level 4, Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre, Jalan Hang Tuah, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 10pm

Contact: 03-2704-1187

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Purradise Cat Cafe

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TTDI’s Purradise Cat Cafe is a forerunner in the Kuala Lumpur pet cafe scene, having been in business since 2015. Home to adorable rescued strays, you’ll get up close and personal with the felines in an intimate environment that’s welcoming to adults and children alike. Each entry includes a complimentary beverage, which can be a smoothie, coffee or tea. The smoothies, in particular, are made with fresh ingredients without additives and sugar. 

Price: RM21 per person for one hour. After which, it’s RM5 for every 15 minutes. An all-day pass is available for RM59 per person.

Address: 24A (First Floor), Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: 

Mon – Fri: 2pm – 9pm

Sat: 2pm – 10pm

Sun: 11am – 7pm

Contact: 03-2389 0976

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Seri Talam Cat Cafe

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This laidback cat cafe in Kuala Lumpur combines two things Malaysians love: endearing furballs and lip-smacking kuih. Seri Talam Cat Cafe specialises in rustic Malaysian cuisine, from its best-selling kuih talam to meal-time favourites like mee goreng and mee rebus. The cats reside in a segregated area behind the shop, and visits are strictly by appointment only. Drop a DM if you’re keen to say hi to them!

Price: RM10 for one hour

Address: No. 13, Jln Seri Rejang 1, Taman Sri Rampai, 53300 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 6pm

Contact: 018-310 1174

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Clawset

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Clawset welcomes all fur parents, so don’t be surprised to see cute pups wagging their tails as you enter. The relaxed atmosphere creates a cordial environment for dogs and cats to roam freely. You’ll have to order a drink or a meal to spend your time here and it’s also worth noting that the menu is rather extensive, ranging from Western classics like chicken chops and pasta to decadent desserts such as brownies with ice cream. The food is guaranteed to make your stomach full, but the furry friends will make your heart even fuller.

Address: 6-A, Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya

Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 8pm

Contact: 017-470 0618

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CAT Playground

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We know, CAT Playground isn’t a cat cafe in Malaysia unlike Coo & Riku at LaLaport, but its mission itself is worth a feature. Operating as Malaysia’s first cat-assisted therapy playground, it functions as an avenue for you to unwind with cats while calming music plays in the background. What’s more, the playground also offers autism-focused and sensory-based programmes conducted by certified physiotherapists. 

Price: RM15 per person for one hour

Address: Level 1, Sunway Putra Mall, 22, Jalan Putra, Chow Kit, 50350 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 10pm

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Cat Lovers (Or Ahem, Ailurophiles), It’s Time To Visit These Cat Cafes In Kuala Lumpur!

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Behind their seemingly aloof and nonchalant personalities—newsflash: they’re not—cats are incredibly cute companions. They love hanging out with people (in moderate doses, nonetheless) and studies have shown that a cat’s purr could lower blood pressure. Basically, kitty time is good for you, and where better than these cat cafes in Kuala Lumpur to experience some of that? 

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