VetChat: End of Life Care & How to Deal with Grief
13 November 2019, Wed 7.30pm
Quarterly Cat Care Workshops
BASIC – What you need to know for your new family member
15 January 2020, Wed 7.30pm
INTERMEDIATE – How to be a better cat parent
22 January 2020, Wed 7.30pm
Limited seats, please click on the dates to register. Fee includes a drink and a goodie bag. Please email us at seeyou[at]catcafe.com.sg to be on our mailing list for our next round of workshops.
Adopting a cat with FIV/FeLV
11 Jul 2019, Thursday
Yesterday, Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa hosted a talk by VetMobile about adopting FIV & FeLV cats. Many who attended the talk have or had FIV/FeLV cats and want to do better for them. Given the right diet and environmental conditions, it is possible for these cats to lead full lives. For many years, shelters [...]
Celebrating a UTI-free year
27 Mar 2017, Monday
IT HAS BEEN 365 DAYS! A BIG THANK YOU to Can & Clover for bringing in Young Again Cat Food (YA) when we were searching for a high protein and low phosphorus dry food. Exactly one year ago on 28 March 2016, we started our 13 cafe cats on YA Mature Health. The transition was [...]
Yoga with Cats? Cat Yoga!
20 Feb 2016, Saturday
Due to popular demand, Yoga with Cats is back! Yoga, when practiced in the presence of cats, is twice the fun and three times the stress reliever! Enjoy a great stretch and an awesome time too. Watch how fun it can be here: HypeHunt Cat Yoga Ep 10 In partnership with White Cat Yoga, we hope [...]
We are TWO!
24 Dec 2015, Thursday
The first cat cafe in Singapore turns TWO on Christmas Day 2015! Over the last two years, we have proven that we are not just a cat cafe, but also a platform to encourage adoption and responsible cat ownership, improve the quality of cat care through our workshops as well as give back to community cats. [...]
10 facts about Cat Cafes
03 Nov 2015, Tuesday
1. The first ever cat cafe started in Taipei in 1998 – 17 years ago. 2. You can’t bring your own cats (or dogs) but you can enjoy the company of resident cafe cats. 3. Traditionally popular in North Asia, cat cafes can now be found in South Asia, Australia, Europe and North [...]