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Top 5 Cat Cafes in Auckland For Your Daily Dose of Meow

Top 5 Cat Cafes in Auckland For Your Daily Dose of Meow

Are you a cat lover like me? Do you find yourself longing for some feline companionship while sipping on your favorite coffee or tea? 

Well, you’re in luck because Auckland boasts some purrfect spots where you can sip on your favorite brew while surrounded by playful kitties! 

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing afternoon or hoping to find your new feline friend, these top 5 cat cafes in Auckland have got you covered. 

So, grab your favorite feline-themed mug, get ready to savor some scrumptious treats, and let’s embark on a whisker-filled journey through Auckland’s most paw-some cat cafes!

1. Fancy Meow Cat Cafe

Address 1210 Arawa Street, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand
Website http://fancymeowcatcafe.co.nz/ 
Phone 64 7 460 6868 
Operating hours Tuesday to Friday: 12 – 3 pm 
Saturday and Sunday: 10 – 4 pm 
Must-order menu items Latte Matcha 
Italian Gelato 
Price range $ – $$ – cheap – average 

Have you ever dreamed of sipping on a latte while being surrounded by a bunch of adorable cats? Well, your dreams just came true, thanks to the Fancy Meow Cat Cafe!

It’s a cozy little spot tucked away in Rotorua that’s not just about sipping on delicious beverages; it’s about forming real connections with some of their most adorable cats, like Ragdolls, Skookum, British Short Hair, and Bengal. 

Here’s a little insider tip: Keep those snacks to yourself. These cats are on a strict diet, and human food is a big no-no.

2. Neko Ngeru Cat Cafe

Address Level 1/215 High Street, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt 5010, New Zealand
Website https://nekongeru.nz/ 
Phone 64 4 568 3434 
Operating hours Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunay: 10 – 4 pm 
Thursday and Friday: 10 – 1 pm’ 5 – 8 pm 
Must-order menu items Royal Milk Tea (in the can) 
Cold Brew Coffee 
Twirl Milk Tea (in the can)
Price range $ – $$ – cheap – average 

Another contender for cat cafes is Neko Ngeru Cat Cafe in Wellington. 

When you step foot into this kitty paradise, you’re in for a 55-minute session of pure bliss! Think cuddles, playtime, and maybe even a little feline therapy – these cats have a knack for melting away all your stress.

But here’s the scoop: no kids under 7 are allowed. And if you’ve got a tiny human in tow, don’t worry – infants are more than welcome, as long as they’re snug as a bug in a carrier or cradled in your arms.

3. Catnap Cafe 

Address 391 Colombo Street, Sydenham, Christchurch 8023, New Zealand
Website http://www.catnapcafe.co.nz/ 
Operating hours Wednesday to Sunday: 10 – 5 pm 
Must-order menu items Peppermint Hot Chocolate
Oreo Cheesecake 
Chocolate Delice 
Price range $ – $$ – cheap – average 

If you happen to be in the South Island and you’re looking for some good company, go to Catnap Cafe. It offers a variety of events and activities with its resident and adoptable cats! 

You can book a session to visit, roll out your yoga mat with a curious cat as your stretch buddy, or cozy up for a movie night with a purring companion by your side. 

And if you’re feeling crafty, why not join one of their workshops? Creating alongside a furry muse is pure magic!

4. Purrs & Beans NZ 

Address 188 Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead, Auckland 0626, New Zealand
Website http://www.purrsandbeans.co.nz/ 
Operating hours Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday: 10 – 3 pm 
Thursday and Sunday: 10 – 2 pm 
Must-order menu items Cup of Tea for One 
Cappucino Gingernut Latte 
Price range $ – cheap 

This list cannot be complete without the most popular cat cafes you can find in Auckland: Purrs & Beans NZ! 

In fact, it’s New Zealand’s longest-running cat café and a forever home to a special clowder of rescue cats. They pride themselves on being extremely welfare-focused, which is why entry is at set times with a limit to the number of guests in every session.

Also, booking in advance is an absolute must. It’s not just about getting your daily cat fix; it’s also about respecting these furry residents’ space and ensuring they’re not overwhelmed by too many visitors at once.

And speaking of visitors, there’s a bit of an age restriction in place – sorry, kids under 10; this one’s for the older cat aficionados. If you’re between 10 and 14, you’ll need to bring along a responsible adult (read: someone over 18) to join in on the fun.

5. Catfe Mao 

Address 3C/80 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland 1023, New Zealand
Website https://catfemao.com/ 
Phone 64 21  228 3334 
Operating hours Monday to Thursday: 11 – 8 pm Friday and Sunday: 11 – 5 pm; 6 – 9 pm Saturday: 11 – 5 pm; 6 – 10 pm 
Must-order menu items Brown Sugar Pearl Fresh Milk
Strawberry Yogurt
Smash Grape & Lemon Green Tea 
Price range $ – $$ – cheap – average 

Catfe Mao isn’t just your run-of-the-mill café. It’s a sanctuary for cats who are still waiting for their forever fur parents. 

And let me tell you, these cats aren’t just pets; they’re family. Each one has its own personality, quirks, and little habits that’ll steal your heart in an instant. 

You can sip on their curated beverages while being surrounded by the sound of contented purrs. 

And let’s not forget about the ambiance: farm-inspired cat tree houses, comfy carpets, shelves perfect for climbing escapades, and massage chairs for you to sink into while a furry friend decides to grace your lap with their presence.