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There’s A New Cat Cafe Opening In Bugis This Month, With Board Games & Co-Working Facilities

Fuzzies – Cat coworking space at Bugis

While there are plenty of things to do in Bugis, it’s often known for being an eating and shopping destination. Ask any Singaporean and they’ve probably shopped at Bugis Street at least once in their lives. The phrase “work space” often doesn’t come to mind when you think of Bugis. Until now, that is.

Fuzzies is a new spot in this neighbourhood with a co-working space, cat cafe, and gaming corner. It’s officially opening on 11th May and as part of the opening promotion, the cafe is offering a 50% discount on the first 2 hours of your visit across the entire month.

Work & chill with 7 resident cats

Fuzzies- Mochi and Miso
The youngest feline, Mochi, and Miso, Fuzzies’ first male cat.
Image credit: @fuzzies_sg via Instagram

Fuzzies is fully equipped with workstations, Wi-Fi and electric sockets so that you can work in comfort. The place is fully air-conditioned with plenty of natural lighting. There are also comfy beanbags and pillows to relax on during a much-needed break. Plus, there’s a yoga corner if you need to stretch after a long day of being sedentary.

Soba and Udon
Soba and Udon, who came from the same litter.
Image credit: @fuzzies_sg via Instagram 

For a good dosage of warm fuzzy feelings, mingle with their 7 cats, Uni, Soba, Udon, Mochi, Miso, Taro, and Sake. You can see them in action at the cat playground located in a corner. Most of them are shy but will warm up to you after some pspsps or tsk tsk. Who knows, you might be greeted by one of them upon arrival.

Fun fact: The fuzzies used to be litter cats and were rescued at one point. Sake and Taro are siblings, with Taro being the older sis. If you’re curious, you can find out more about the cats and their personalities on Fuzzies’ website.

Unwind with games, movies & free-flow snacks

Fuzzies- Games Corner
There are games like Uno, Exploding Kittens, Jenga, and Werewolf. For Switch, there’s Mario Kart, Overcooked, and Super Smash Bros.
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Whether you want to play card, board, or video games with your friends, Fuzzies has all 3. There are over 60 board and card games to pick and play with your buddies. But if your fingers are itching for some action, you’ll be glad to know that there are 2 Nintendo Switch consoles available, which can accommodate up to 4 people per console.

Fuzzies- Free flow snacks and drinks
Your entry comes with free-flow drinks and snacks such as Tam Tam, Mi-Mi and Super Ring.
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If stressing out over card game tactics or competing to beat your friends isn’t for you, log into your Netflix account on their Smart TV and enjoy the show. There are also other platforms like Amazon Prime, YouTube, and Disney+.

What you need to know before visiting Fuzzies 

Unlike other cat cafes in Singapore where you just pay an admission fee or purchase a drink to enter, you’ll have to purchase tickets to enter Fuzzies. The ticket gives you access to workstations, a gaming corner, free-flow drinks and snacks, a Smart TV and of course, cat therapy with the resident felines themselves.

Fuzzies- Workstation and lounge area
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On weekdays, it costs $15 for 2 hours during non-peak hours (11am-5pm) and $18 for peak hours (5pm-11pm). If you head over the weekends, it’s $20 during non-peak hours (11am-5pm) and $25 during peak hours (5pm-11pm). This is more affordable than the usual cat cafes – and if you consider the free-flow drinks and snacks, it’s a pretty darn good deal.

You can purchase tickets over the counter, but it’s highly encouraged to reserve online on Table Agent to be safe. Should you happen to be in the area, you can even book tickets last minute if slots are still open in the system. It’s limited to 30 pax max at any one point in time. Note that reservations are being held for 15 minutes only, and anytime afterwards is free for walk-ins, so don’t be late.

Fuzzies is also a great place to have gatherings. If you’re planning for that long-awaited secondary school reunion or party, call them to make a reservation. There’s a 20% off hourly booking promo for similar events like birthday celebrations and corporate meetings currently.

Visit Fuzzies for some cat therapy 

Fuzzies- Some of the fuzzy cats
The fuzzies can’t wait for you to come visit.
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Getting to Fuzzies is easy. If you’re coming by public transport, take the Downtown Line and alight at Bugis MRT station. Come out of Exit D, Tan Quee Lan St. Then, walk along Rochor Road for a minute before turning right and walking along North Bridge Road for 400m. Fuzzies is located on level 3.

So next time you happen to be in the area or want a change of scenery when working, visit Fuzzies. Follow their Instagram page for more updates on their opening and promotions. You can also make a reservation via WhatsApp.

If you’re looking for more cool cafes in Singapore, consider Meomi Cat Cafe. Else, there are plenty of new cafes and restaurants in Singapore.

Make a reservation at Fuzzies

Cover Image adapted from: Fuzzies and @fuzzies_sg via Instagram