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SgCatHouse Cafe in Paya Lebar from $9per Hour

This New Paya Lebar Cat Cafe Has Play Sessions From $9/Hour With Free-Flow Drinks & Toys Provided

SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar


Here at TSL, we’re lucky enough to have 2 resident cats – Pika and Jaymee. The duo roams our offices in search of head pats and belly rubs from anyone in need of a convenient cat-sized distraction from the daily grind. 

If you find yourself in need of a similar release from the pressures of work or school, SGCatHouse is a cat cafe in Paya Lebar with kitties that are ready to deliver some super paws-itive vibes. We’re talking Ragdolls, Munchkins, and Shorthairs amongst other breeds. 


Cat cafe with 9 different breeds of felines


SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - cat cafe
Image adapted from: SGCatHouse

Comprising a pet shop, cat cafe, groomer, and hotel for felines, the establishment is a one-stop shop for anyone who identifies as a cat person. Right now, they’ve got 9 different breeds for you to play with at their cat interaction space.

SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - playful catsImage credit: @jo_lifedairy via Instagram

From chonky American and British Shorthairs to adorable Russian Blues, you’ll find cats with great purr-sonalities awaiting you. There are toys provided too, so you can tease and play with these well-cared for kitties to your heart’s content.

SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - cat treats
Image credit: SGCatHouse

Guests are not allowed to feed the feline residents with outside food. But if you’re looking for treats to lure the cats, you can purchase cat feed for $1 from the counter.


Hang with these rare breeds from $9/hr


SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - shorthairsImage credit: @sgcathouse via Instagram

Rates start at $9/hr, $15 for 2 hours, and $28 for an entire day filled with felines. You can even spring for a $65 pass that grants you 10 1-hour visits, valid for 6 months. 

Entry into the cafe includes free-flow canned drinks from their choice of 15 beverage options. 

SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - cute felines
Image credit: @sgcathouse via Instagram 

The owners advise making a booking in advance to avoid long wait times, and to not use flash when taking photos with your new furry friends. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult as well. 


Grooming & boarding services for felines


SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - pet hotel
All cat “rooms” enjoy centralised air-conditioning.
Image credit: SGCatHouse

Aside from offering the chance for customers to get up close and personal with their exotic cats, SGCatHouse also offers overnight stays. If you’re on the lookout for a place to house your cat for a few days, your beloved feline will be tended to by their staff with time slots allocated for both grooming and playtime. Cat hotel stays range from $50-$70/day

SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - Maine CoonSome of their residents are award-winning pedigrees like this regal white Maine Coon.
Image credit: Xuan Li via Google Maps

Cats that could use a haircut can do so with their cat grooming services starting from $35. Btw, even doggos can get themselves groomed here from $30-$80, depending on their weight. If you’re seeking individual services like ear cleaning or nail clipping, those cost $10 per service.


Visit SGCatHouse for an afternoon with cuddly cats


SGCatHouse cat cafe in Paya Lebar - british and american shorthairsImage adapted from: SGCatHouse

Had a cat-astrophic week? Make plans for a cat-hartic day at SGCatHouse. You can get there by hopping onto Bus 40 from Aljunied MRT. We can’t guarantee that things will get better after petting a few cats, but at least you’ll fur-get about your troubles for a while. 

Make a reservation at SGCatHouse

SGCatHouse Cat Cafe | Pet Shop | Pedigree Kittens for Sale
Admission Fee
$9/hr | $15/2 hr | One day pass: $28
Google Reviews
4.7
(199)
Address
729 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389640
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

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Cover image adapted from @jo_lifedairy & @sgcathouse via Instagram