A cat cafe in Montreal, is it really so? For cat lovers living in the urban jungle, it might be too good to be true. Once upon a time, the thought of a cat cafe would have been strange. For many cat lovers living in the city, have a furry buddy in their life was impossible. Be it long hours at work or tenant policies of no pets allowed, having a feline friend wasn’t in the cards.
However that has changed with the introduction of cat cafes in Montreal. Yes, this beautiful city with all its culture, diversity and history now has places for us cat lovers to get our kitty fix! Yes, now we can get the love that we desperately need from a feline friend. Here are a couple places where you can have your java and pet a cat too!
Cat Cafes in Montreal QC
Cafe Chat L’Heureux – Happy Cat Cafe – Located on 172 Duluth East, this cat cafe currently houses eight cats. Some of these cats can be adopted. The cafe has a wide selection of hot and cold drinks. It also offers a nice selection of pastries, pies, sandwiches and salads. There are also vegan and gluten free options available. The cafe has two areas. The Bistro area is where you an eat and drink. The playground area is where you can lay down and interact and play with the cats. Excellent!
Cafe Chato – Located on 4833 Verdun Street, this cafe has a nice selection of felines to interact with. Some of these cats can be adopted. As of August 28, 2019, about 100 cats have been adopted from the cafe. The cafe has a relaxed atmosphere and has many electrical outlets available to use. It also has WiFi. There is also a wide selection of beverages to choose from. The menu has soups, sandwiches, pastries with some vegan options. It’s a place where you can work or relax with a cat buddy. Lovely!
There is nothing better than to have a little cuddle time with a cat friend. It takes our stress away. It calms us down and makes us feel human again. Especially after a hard day at work or school, you need that quality time. Fortunately, Montreal has options for us cat people who need that quality time but cannot have a cat of our own. Now we can truly live the high life. Yes, in a cat cafe in Montreal we can have our coffee and squeezes and cuddles from a feline friend. Life is good!