The Kitty Café in Leeds

If you like cats half as much as we do then the Kitty Café is the purrfect place for a drink or a bite to eat when exploring the shopping in the city. With a great selection of tasty teas, food, mocktails and milkshakes there’s something for everyone and all whilst being surrounded by cute kitties!

Where can I find the Kitty Café in Leeds?

The Kitty Café is in Kirkgate just down the hill from the city centre. The area is bustling with unique local businesses and some major chain shops so the Kitty Café is a great stop for a coffee or lunch whilst discovering the area.

Set in a historic building that has been converted into a cat paradise, the café is also a re-homing and care facility for the cats and so by going you will be supporting them and helping them until they find their future family!

  • There is a welfare charge of £6 per adult and £4 per child that goes towards looking after the cats.
  • It is also highly recommended to book in advance online as it can get very busy.

Facts about cat cafés

  • Cat cafés originated in Taiwan, with the first one opening in Taipei in 1998!
  • Despite originating in Asia, cat cafés are now popular all over the world!
  • Cat cafés are a great way to overcome a fear of cats as all the cats are very used to people and extremely unlikely to be aggressive!
  • A lot of cat cafés are now a place to rehome cats and to try and help get the cats adopted!

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