Cat Travel: Ah Meow Cat cafe Hong Kong

Hi everyone,

Today we have a little blast from the past for you! The Ah Meow Cat Cafe in HK was the first cat cafes we ever visited a whole 4 years and 7 months ago…

As many of you wouldn’t have seen this post we thought it’s worth dragging it out from the archive so here we go! 😉

It was a very pleasant surprise once we managed to locate it 😉 It was hidden on the third floor in what seemed at first like a residential block.



When you first arrive you have to fill out a small form to sign up as a member. this is free of charge and you will get a cute membership card:

We still have this today!

Here are some pictures of the resident cats:

All of them were very friendly while surprisingly not going for people’s food. Though the tiny black one certainly likes the smell of cooked chicken.

We ordered 2 drinks and some cookies which came to just about £10 but was very nice and worth every penny:



They also had loads of other cat themed sweets and gifts for sale in the shop:

If you are in Hong Kong and either miss your own cats (like us) or are looking for a true cat cafe experience this place is certainly what you are looking for.

You can find he Ah Meow cat cafe at: Cat Store Ah Meow Café – 3/F, Po Ming Bldg, 2-6 Foo Ming St, Causeway Bay about 10 minutes walk from the Times Square MTR exit.


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9 thoughts on “Cat Travel: Ah Meow Cat cafe Hong Kong

  1. Pingback: Cat Travel: Ah Meow Cat cafe Hong Kong - Katzenworld Shop

  2. ourlittleredhouseblog says:

    So cool. I will have to share this later with my daughter. We have an art studio here in Cave Creek Arizona that has a cat always hanging around inside and out of the shop. It is always nice seeing other cat lovers out there.

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