Cat Cafe


Cat Cafe


Saturdays 1pm - 5pm (open on holiday weekends too!)
P: (705) 586-7828
The cafe is volunteer run, so calling ahead is always a good idea.



A cat cafe is a theme cafe whose attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. Most cafes charge patrons to stay, but ours is free. Visitors can purchase beverages and sweets. The first cat cafe opened in 1998 in Taipei, Taiwan and attracted numerous Japanese tourists along-side local visitors. In Japan, the first cat cafe opened in Osaka in 2004. Cat cafes are quite popular in Korea and Japan, with Tokyo being home to at least 39 cat cafes.(source:wikipedia) The pictures above are from a popular cafe in Bangkok called Purr Cate Cafe Club; the ones below are of our very own.



Our cat Cafe


Cat Cafe rules

1. Use cat toys. Do not give kitties plastic.

2. Let sleeping kitties sleep.

3. Do not scare kitties or chase them.

4. Do not pick up the kitties but if they want to sit on your lap, that is OK.

5. No kitties on the tables.

6. Always wash your hands or use handwipes after handling the kitties.

7. Children under 12 cannot handle a kitty without an adult helping.

8. No people food for kitties. Ask us for kitty treats.

9. Do not touch the kitties tails or pull them.

10. Kitties like to be petted from the top of their head down to their back.

Sudbury's public health rules:

1. Snack food on site must be prepackaged in a government inspected facility.

2. Guests must be able to self serve, and can only handle their own food.

3. No washable utensils can be used. Only disposable.

4. Sani hand wipes or facilities for handwashing must be always available.