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Cataholic Cafe'

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Ozone, 2F, 307 Sukumvit 39 Khlong Tan Nuea, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
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amikaur wrote a review Jun 2017
Bangkok, Thailand78 contributions38 helpful votes
Was there last yr. The cafe is situated in sukhumvit... the ambience isn't a satisfaction - the litter box and the cat food is in the same room...
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Date of experience: July 2017
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martinworld wrote a review Jul 2016
Boston, Massachusetts189 contributions59 helpful votes
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9 beautiful cats of varied breeds. Food and drink not really worth the trip. It's about seeing the cats ONLY. Soda is safe option. We got soda and milk tea and was almost 300 baht. MILK TEA not good. Strong cat pee smell, if this is a problem for you might not last long inside the cat space. Staff member not really friendly when we went. NOW that Purr Cat cafe is permanently closed, this is the only cat cafe near Phrom Phong area:( Can't fault the cats, go see them if you can, maybe owner will improve space!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Parmida N wrote a review Jul 2016
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A few days ago, me, my brother, my dad and my mum wanted to do something together, but whenever we left our home, we had to leave our 2 month-old kitten Kibō home. So I search and find this place, and we go. It's a nice quiet place, but as soon as we got there, our cat sat in the corner (he's not spayed yet, he will be tomorow), the cats arn't very sociable! But overall it's a nice place to sit, have a drink, and chillax. The biggest attraction is a Maine coon, and they also have munchkins, Birmans, and Persians! Ps. If you have a cat, you need to bring in a form that says its vaccined!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Limkmsg wrote a review Jun 2016
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nice cafe with the cats. not many cats. but enough to keep you occupied for a couple of hours. Called and check the time. The information on the Internet is too early. Best way to get there for a tourist is to take the river boats. travel with the locals. But be prepared as the river smell can be sometimes overpowering. Sit in the middle or risk getting wet. Short walk from the river stop. Cafe is mainly popular with locals. Food and drinks are the normal affairs. Cafe is on the second floor.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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crizlai wrote a review May 2016
Penang Island, Malaysia433 contributions36 helpful votes
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After going through the maze of finding the cafe, we still managed to locate the cafe safely. It was a rather quiet place with mostly locals as I would think tourists would find it a bit troublesome to travel in so far. The cats here were all well managed and the cafe is clean. Though their cats are mostly pure breeds, some could be real active/sleepy~ LOL~ The main attraction would surely be a maine coon named Wolf. I kind of love their ragdoll and munchkins too as they were super playful during my visit. As for food, there was nothing much to shout about as the drinks and food were just average. Most of the items were instant mix as they only have a bar counter and not a proper kitchen to pep up fresh food. Directions: Cataholic Cafe (GPS: 13.745060, 100.573095) is one of the toughest cat cafes to locate as it's well hidden almost until the end of Soi Sukhumvit 39 and would need about 30 minutes of walk from the BTS station. Upon reaching BTS Phrom Phong, walk towards Exit 3 and use the stairs to go down. Make a U-turn and walk towards the second lane on your left. Turn left into Soi Sukhumvit 39 and walk until the end. Do not turn right into Supalai Place as directed by Google Map. Walk left into the one-way street of Soi Sukhumvit 39 until you reach a T-junction. Turn right into Soi Phetchabuti 38/1 and walk further up and you can see the Ozono sign on your right (Opposite Louis Leeman Seafood/Living @ Citi Resort). Walk into the lane at right of The Waxing Bar and turn left and walk until the end. Cataholic Cafe is located at the upper floor of the building. Alternatively, just grab a Motor Taxi at the start of Soi Sukhumvit 39 and request to be sent to Ozono Plaza, Louis Leeman Seafood or Living @ Citi Resort. The fees would be around THB30. Getting back would be quite easy as there are a lot of Motor Taxi in front of Citi Resort (Starbucks).
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Date of experience: May 2016
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