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The Company of Cats

6B Mosque Street, Singapore 059486, Singapore
+65 6220 3835
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Urine for an unpleasant surprise

If you want to spend 14 dollars to sit in a room that smells overwhelmingly of cat pee, then this... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2017
Nancy M
Atlanta, Georgia
just need to check when is best time to visit

the cats were very nice and looked really healthy. but i think it is best to call them first and... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Bacoor, Philippines
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  • Poor7%
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“cat cafe” (13 reviews)
“cat lover” (4 reviews)
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6B Mosque Street, Singapore 059486, Singapore
+65 6220 3835
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Reviewed 25 August 2017

If you want to spend 14 dollars to sit in a room that smells overwhelmingly of cat pee, then this is the place for you. Cute concept, poor execution. And for the level of cleanliness the staff demands of the customers, they could go to...More

Thank Nancy M
Tricia L, Owner at The Company of Cats, responded to this reviewResponded 27 August 2017

Hi Nancy, thank you for visiting The Company of Cats - we’re really sorry you didn’t enjoy your stay. We recently had an issue with one of the cats peeing outside the litter tray and while we tried to clean up after her as soon...More

Reviewed 16 August 2017

the cats were very nice and looked really healthy. but i think it is best to call them first and know when is the best time to visit. we went there on a weekend and there was a wedding in the morning. i think we...More

Thank madel76
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

I went there during my short trip at Singapore and I spent a lovely moment in this coffee with cute cats !

1  Thank Vanilleoreo5
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Cats here are exceptionally well-groomed, you can't tell that they were previously abandoned or rescued at all. The $10 weekday charge includes 1 hour + soda or plain water, but you can top up a little more for coffee and other options. Really nice environment...More

2  Thank twiinklex
Reviewed 20 February 2017

What a big disappointment: a cat café without any cats. On paper, it sounds a really pleasant idea – which is why I went along. Being a cat lover I thought to myself: what could be nicer than fussing over a few furry friends while...More

Thank pcl58
Reviewed 14 February 2017

friendly service, great capucino with lovely decoartion on the foam. Dont miss the place , very relaxing with all the cats rubbing shoulders with you.

Thank patrickfiat21
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

TCOC was next door to my hostel so when I spotted it I was curious to take a look and I needed a coffee! It's not a huge place but I was lucky enough to be the only customer for the hour I was in...More

1  Thank killerdwarf
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

The cats are all rescue cats and the little shop in it has unique kitty-themed items. It is one of the pricier cat cafes here ($14 per hour) but the space is large for a cat cafe here. It's cosy, comfortable and the cats are...More

1  Thank poh3
Reviewed 27 December 2016

Excellent place for a cat lover. The theme obviously is to enjoy all the cats, not the food. The food is decent, however, you're going here for the cats, not the food. Follow the rules as given by management so that you and the cats...More

Thank Dnyan_D
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

this place is super cute. on weekdays between certain times it costs $10 for an hour including a soft drink. if you want coffee or juices it cost extra. there's around 10 cats all different types that have been rescued. you're not allowed to pick...More

1  Thank kristyrebecca
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12 April 2015|
Response from JacquelineMa | Reviewed this property |
No, there is no need. But it is best to go during weekday afternoons where it is quieter, you get to have the cats all to yourself.