Bangkok 2015: Cataholic Cafe

I really liked Cataholic Cafe – because it is the only cat cafe I’ve been to where there are more cats than humans. You don’t feel that you’re overwhelmed and also, there are so much opportunities to interact with the cats.

It’s located in this very quiet suburban mall called Ozono where animal-friendly restaurants are located.

You know how some cats feel tired of humans at cat cafes and tend to hide away? The Cataholic cats seemed so secure and comfortable around humans.

I was there about 4pm and there was only one other patron. As compared to the other bigger cat cafes, Cataholic is much smaller in scale. However, Cataholic also does not have as many cats as compared to Purr Cat Club or Caturday so I think it all evens out.

Panorama of the cafe!

Menu before cat spam! 

 

This is my view for the day.

Compare the cat to my 10800 Xiao Mi power bank

 

His leg is as big as my palm

 

Seated next to me is this playful fella.

The cats here are very secure. How often do you see cats with bellies up?

You woke me up for a picture?

 

You said you wanted a picture

 

There is a little retail corner

 

Spot the cats from earlier pictures

What? you have to go?

 

I was there for about 2 hours and I felt relaxed throughout the entire time. I’ve been to four cat cafes in Bangkok and Cataholic is my favourite of them all. It’s a little out of the way and secluded but definitely top of my list.

Cataholic Cat Cafe
Address: Ozono 2nd Floor,307 Sukumvit 39 ,Wattana, Bangkok
Nearest BTS: Phetchaburi MRT or Phrom Pong BTS
Opening Hours: Tue – Fri: 12:00pm – 9:00pm, Sat – Sun: 11:30am – 9:00pm. Closed on Mondays. 
Google Map: Cataholic Cafe

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