10 Pet Cafes in Kuala Lumpur for Animal Lovers and Pet Owners!

10 Best Pet Cafes in Kuala Lumpur to Chill and Play With Animals

These cafes are the purr-fect paradise for animal lovers!

No matter where you are, pet cafes are a unique experience. While they serve food and drinks like a normal cafe, they also have a designated area where you can interact with animals. The first pet cafe can be traced back to the Cat Flower Garden in Taiwan, which opened in 1998. Since then, this kind of hangout spot has become popular in top destinations like South Korea, Japan, and even Malaysia.

If you’ve been meaning to visit a cafe where you can sip on coffee and fall in love with the sweetest fur friends in Malaysia’s capital, then we’ve got you covered. Here are 10 pet cafes in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor to check out! 

Top pet cafes in Kuala Lumpur

1. Purradise Cat Cafe

When you’re looking for a place to unwind with feline friends, the Purradise Cat Cafe in TTDI is the place to be! At this quaint cat cafe in KL, you can treat yourself to an hour’s worth of playdate with 16 fostered cats and sip on a complimentary drink (i.e. smoothies, hot chocolate, tea, and coffee). Better yet, if you’ve formed a close attachment to any of the cats, you can consider adopting them. 

Address: 24A (First Floor), Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail 60000 Kuala Lumpur

Also read: Top 10 Things to Do in Kuching, Sarawak’s City of Cats!

2. Cubs and Cups

Cubs and Cups is one of the top dog cafes in KL where you can bring your fur kids. This pet-friendly cafe serves great brunch items like quesadillas and a big breakfast platter, as well as a lunch menu that includes pasta, sandwiches, Korean-inspired meals, and pizza! Here, you’ll be able to meet different dogs and if you’re with friends, you can explore the bougie Mont’ Kiara district afterwards!

Address: Lot 22, Wisma Rapid, Jalan 30/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur

3. Seri Talam Cat Cafe

Seri Talam Cat Cafe is a Malay cafe and restaurant with an adjacent cat studio. You can visit either place at any time, but we promise you they’re both worth visiting! At the Seri Talam Cat Gallery, you can fall in love and play with more cats than you can count. They’re all super friendly and cuddly, and you’ll never want to leave their sides. 

After that, stop by the actual Seri Talam Cat Cafe to grab a quick bite to eat. Though they have more filling options like laksa Johor and bihun soup, they’re more famous for their Malay kuih — you can try their colourful kuih talam and their signature seri muka kuih. 

Address: No. 13, Jln Seri Rejang 1, Taman Sri Rampai, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

4. Puchi Marry Cat Café – Coo & Riku

Coo & Riku is essentially known as Japan’s largest pet store. However, in January 2022, they opened in Lalaport Bukit Bintang, with the addition of one of the most aesthetically-pleasing cat cafes in KL. At the Puchi Marry Cat Café, you can snap endless pictures of the cutest felines and play with them. Introverts would probably also love this place because there are corners where you can sit with a book and drink in hand. 

Address: Lot L4-05 & 06, Level 4, Mitsui Shopping Park Lalaport, BBCC, 2, Jalan Hang Tuah, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Also read: What to Expect at Southeast Asia’s First Tsutaya Bookstore in Malaysia

5. PoppyKat Cafe

PoppyKat Cafe in Cheras is another gorgeous pet cafe in KL. You’ll have to take a flight of stairs to get here, but we promise you it’s worth the climb. Inside, you’ll be greeted by three cats (Mochi, Mimi, and MeowMeow), as well as the place’s lush interior. The cafe typically specialises in croissants, coffee, and croffles, but their bagels, cakes, and tarts are just as divine!

Address: 34A, Jalan Nadchatiram, Taman Taynton View, 56000 Cheras, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

6. Alison Soup House

Alternatively, you can go to Alison Soup House that’s also in TTDI. They serve a wide range of homemade soups that are both delicious and nutritious, and one sip is guaranteed to hit you with a wave of nostalgia. We recommend their Honey Dates ABC Soup, 7 Treasure Herbal Soup, and Red Wine Ginger Chicken Soup. Besides soups, the cafe also serves main course meals like healthy rice bowls, satay, and bakuteh

What’s more, you can definitely bring your dog here! Their menu also specialises in equally nutritious dog food, which your canine best friend will surely thank you for ordering. 

Address: 6A, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

7. Swim Paradise Park & Cafe

Swim Paradise Park & Cafe is another of the best pet cafes in Kuala Lumpur. To sum it up, you can — quite literally — take your fur kid for a swim! It has a saltwater pool that is safe for dogs and an outdoor space big enough for them to roam around. The park and cafe also provide animal floaties, a shower area, and a dryer. After every swim, your pet is entitled to dog-friendly sushi: the cherry on top of their whole experience. 

In case you don’t want to take a dip in the pool yourself, you can chill at the cafe and indulge in a cup of coffee or two. 

Address: 3, Jln Klang Lama, Taman Halimahton, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

8. Little Chirpy Hub

Among Bangsar’s ever-growing portfolio of the best cafes in KL, the Little Chirpy Hub is a paradise for pet owners and fur kids alike! This pet-friendly cafe is an amalgamation of good food and a good time, especially with Snowy the Pomeranian greeting you at the front door. We highly recommend ordering their avocado toast and a plate of their tom yam seafood pasta that will tantalise your taste buds. 

For those looking to spend time with other pet owners, there’s a doggy daycare as well as pet-friendly delights on the menu. Your dog is going to have a great time here!

9. Huskiss Cafe

top pet cafes in kl - huskiss cafe

Image credit: Natasha Effendy

Do you love big, fluffy dogs? If you answered “yes,” then you have to go to Huskiss Cafe. At this popular dog cafe in Selangor, about 20 minutes away from KL, you can hang out with Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, and a Samoyed! They’re all really friendly, and you can watch them roam about the space and play-fight with one another. At the end of your 1-hour session, you’re entitled to a group picture with all of the dogs. 

Just in case you’re hungry for a bite or two, you can order off the cafe menu, which has delights like pizza, waffles and cake. You can also quench your thirst with a range of drinks, including milkshakes, coffee, tea, sodas, and even mocktails if you’re in the mood! 

Address: 80-G, Block G, Zenith Corporate Park, SS7/26, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Also read: 8 Dog-Friendly Cafes in Singapore to Visit With Your Furkid

10. Clawset Pet Cafe

Likewise, you can go to Clawset Pet Cafe in Damansara Jaya, which is also close to KL, to chill and play with animals. It’s another popular pet cafe in Selangor and they’re known for their resident Pomeranians. These fluffy pom-pom-shaped dogs are often dressed in adorable outfits, and they’re pretty photogenic, too! The cafe also has a resident “grumpy cat,” whose default facial expression you might find endearing. 

P.S. — The food’s just as good! They have some of the best waffles near IPC Shopping Centre in Petaling Jaya.  

Address: 36-A, Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Also read: 15 Best Cafes in Kuala Lumpur That Will Light Up Your Socials

That’s it, folks! If you’re ever in Malaysia, make sure to check out these amazing pet cafes in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor where you can interact with cats and dogs. In fact, you’ll have to excuse us for a second, because we might be planning to go pet cafe-hopping today!

Featured image credit: Cups & Cubs | Official Facebook Page

About Author

Natasha Effendy
Natasha Effendy

Natasha is a wordsmith and digital content creator who's been trying to write her way into the adventure of a lifetime. If she's not writing, you'd definitely catch her nursing her addiction to romance and fantasy novels with a cup of tea.