With a few hours to kill in Busan we decided to go and have a drink in another Dog Cafe since we loved it so much the first time. Only problem? It was lunar new year, one of the biggest holidays here and EVERYTHING was shut!! We walked about and finally found a cafe that was open, however this time it was a cat cafe!
Now I don’t have to tell people about my hatred for cats I come from a family of dog lovers!. However with 2 hours to kill before the bus for our trip came we decided to go in. Like the dog cafe’s you must leave your shoes at the door and put on some slippers. You pay your money for a drink (we just got orange juice for 8,000 won each ($8) and took our place. As it was early we were the first customers of the day and many cats came over to see us… or at least to curl up in Andy’s big jacket!!
I have to admit the cafe was quite cool, it was all laid out with seating and rugs but unlike the dog cafe there was things for the cats to do like poles, hide-away spot, things to climb on and places to sleep.
We spent our time just chatting while playing with some of the cats… my favourite being the tiny black kitten which fell asleep on my lap, even I will admit it was cute! As with the dog cafe the place was full of all different types of cats however as I am a firm hater of cats the only one I knew the name of was the Siamese cat!
We cuddled the cats for a good hour and I found out once and for all I have no idea how to handle cats and they don’t really like them… nor me them! A group of girls came into the café and bought a packet of chicken breast from the counter and just like that ever cat in the place ran off!
Although it might not have been my favourite cafe ever it was still nice to have some animal interaction for a change and a cool way to kill an hour!