Cat cafes are still all the rage, and there are even cat pubs for adults to enjoy some feline company. So when we heard that Singapore now has a ‘cat museum,’ we were definitely excited.

When I first heard the name, I envisioned an actual museum with exhibits on the history of the feline race, along with a gift shop filled with adorable cat-inspired merchandise. However, the Cat Museum in Singapore, it turns out, is supposedly a non-profit organization. According to their official website, it’s “a mission with the message that every home or small office deserves a cat… or two!” Yeah, sure, I’d love a cat or two in my office!

While Singapore has several cat cafes, the Cat Museum is the first of its kind where guests can interact with rescued stray cats, and all of its feline residents are up for adoption. Their website doesn’t go into that precise of details describing what they do, but what we do know is that you get to play with cats and learn about living with them. Their ultimate mission is to find warm, happy and loving homes for these kitties.


Just look at all their cute faces!


▼ Meal time!


▼ Say hello to Brad (named after Brad Pitt)!


Next time you’re visiting the tropical island, why not stop by to say hello to these feline friends, and perhaps even bring one home with you?

The Cat Museum
Address: 8 Purvis Street, #02-02 Singapore 188587
Open: Fri: 4:30PM-7:30PM, Sat/Sun: 12:00PM-7:30PM (closed from 3:30PM-4:30PM for nap time)
Admission: $9 (US$7.20), free for children under 6

Source/Images: The Cat Museum, Channel News Asia