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Cuteness Overload at Cat Cafe Manila

Pet cafes originated in Japan. This was due to the fact that city apartments did not allow residents to keep pets. So,  dog and cat cafes where born where people could go to relieve stress. Pets are such a source of good vibes. Yep! 

It is true for me, as well. Life gives me so much of stress that it drives me insane! Thankfully, we have our cute little dog, Hershey. In addition to that happiness, pet cafes have made it to the Philippines. Whee~

This year we visited the cats in Cat Cafe Manila. My sister suggested the place. So one Monday morning, we set out on a trip to Maginhawa street. The tricycle drivers were very helpful. They know the place, just give them the building or house number.

We were the first customers of the day and had the place all to ourselves. Yay! We were so excited, we played with the cats even before placing our orders.



Cute cats in the cafe

More cuties!
The entrance fee was PhP200, of which PhP100 goes to food. The menu features a lot of choices. They have snacks, frappes, and cupcakes!  Oooh~ We couldn't decide at first,  so we ended up with three frappes. My cousin got her favorite matcha while my sister and I got the bestseller, Pawreo Cheese Shake.

My very own Pawreo Cheese Shake. Yum!


Our yummy frappes! :)

What's cool is that the cats are trained not to eat your food. So we were allowed to eat there and play with the cats at the same time.


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I enjoyed playing with the cats. It took them some time to play with me, though. But ah, cats are like that. I guess they're like people, you have to show that you're friendly, first. Hehehe~ With the help of the staff, the cats warmed up to us. They posed for photos, too. They're all so cute and cuddly. And my favorite was Jackie.


Jackie of Cat Cafe Manila 

She's not shy of posing for the camera.
But of course, all the others were a bundle of joy, too. 


Blanche's unique eyes are beautiful







Awww... I miss them already. I really want to go back to the cafe to see the cats again! Not only that, I want to try out the various items in the menu, as well. I think it's one of the perfect places for me… food, pets, and a whole lot of friendliness in between. 


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