Our visit to Kitty Café – Nottingham Part 1

Hi everyone,

Today we would like to start of our series of posts about the Nottingham (UK) based cat cafe Kitty Cafe.

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This cafe is quite special and different to the regular cat cafes around the UK and even some other countries. What is different you are asking? Most of the cats in this cafe are adoptable so visitors are able to take their favourite feline home to a forever home. 🙂

The other thing was the interior decoration, we were IN LOVE with all of those funky walkways and spaces on the walls for the cats to jump and climb through. 😀

Speaking of cats…

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… they of course are not allowed to be forgotten about in our first post about this cafe. 🙂

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While this fella might seem quite lazy in these initial shots he certainly wasn’t…. 😉

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… as we turned around we found him on top of one of the walkways looking at us with a cheeky grin. 🙂

If you’d like to visit the cat cafe below is a map with it’s location:

The cat cafe is conveniently located in Nottingham and you can find out more details about them on their own website including current opening times.

More of the cats at the time of our visit will up soon!

Thanks,

Marc

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During the day I work in PR and Marketing. In my free time I like to travel and spend time with my partner and our two cats.

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21 thoughts on “Our visit to Kitty Café – Nottingham Part 1

  1. Marc, so there are cat cafes where the cats are not adoptable? So it really is just for people to visit with cats? Our local cat cafe is actually trying (as in trying to get the word out) to be called an adoption lounge. Because of their licensing status they can’t actually serve food so it really isn’t a cafe but it IS about adoption and lounging! 🙂

  2. How absolutely wonderful! The UK is a little far for a Midwest U.S. girl, but I did pick my two kitties up at a shelter too. They shall all find homes soon!

  3. I didn’t realize that there were a lot of “cat cafes” where you couldn’t adopt the cats. I thought that the ones that started it all in Japan were just visiting ones, but I thought the rest (as in the rest of the world) were more like “adoption lounges”. Our local one has taken to being called an adoption lounge, but then I am afraid people will think that means they HAVE to adopt to visit or that there is a lot of pressure to adopt. Because when it first opened and I would tell people about it that is what they would say, “I don’t want to be pressured into adopting.” And I would laugh because the people don’t pressure anyone . . . the cats “sell” themselves.

    This place looks so cool.

    1. Ah most of the ones in the U.K. Are none adoption cafes. They all donate money to charity tho and most take in rescue cats and promote cats up for adoption in the rescue centres. 🙂

      1. Interesting. So do the cats just live there all the time forever or are they rotated in and out? Our local cat adoption lounge has assisted in the adoption of 185 cats. That includes my two! 🙂

        1. Generally in most cafes the cats that reside there live there forever. They will only re home those that don’t enjoy the life in the cat cafe. 🙂

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