10 Pet Friendly Cafes in KL & Selangor

10 Pet Friendly Cafes in KL & Selangor
  1. The Hound
    The Hound is a cafe with a rating of 4.2 stars on Google is completely and utterly devoted to canines. The cafe even has its own in-house dog, a sweet beagle named Cookie. Cookie’s human-loving and curious nature makes the cafe all the more welcoming and ambient. The Hound is owned by Donna, who cooks up pretty amazing treats. Come indulge in her cakes, cookies and pies. In case you’re wondering, the answer is yes! Yes, Donna also serves an array of hot meals as well like Hamaragu rice with black pepper mushrooms and Japanese egg curry. Aside from the classic espressos and lattes, The Hound’s beverage menu includes some pretty unique refreshments like a strawberry-lime drink and even a lychee with aloe vera drink. Prices range from RM12 for drinks and RM18 for food, however we assure you, you will find your money’s worth here at The Hound. Feel free to bring your doggos over and laze with them or just sit back with Cookie. The Hound is also open to welcoming other pets, including cats, but we strongly recommend giving them a call before hand because other customers’ dogs may not be as welcoming towards non-canines as Cookie is. Give them a howl at 03-2858 3644. Address: 44-A (upstairs), 44A,  Jalan Hujan Emas 4, Taman OUG 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

  2. CuBs & CuPs Cafe

    From savoury, cheesy goodness to cures for the sweet tooth, this cafe has got it all! Make your way over to CuBs & CuPs to spend some quality time with your fluffy angel. Expect to be needing some time for soul-searching with just one look at the menu. Waffles with rich chocolate sauce and some ice cream seem like a sure choice until you see pasta and pizza on the menu as well. Your mouth just watered a little, didn’t it? And that’s just the food! The cafe serves different types of coffees to ensure you get your caffeine fix plus some other beverages like hot chocolate for those wanting a slight change from the ritual cup of coffee. The best part? Price range is from RM10 at CuBs & CuPs!  CuBs & CuPs have made it their business mission to ensure pets and pet owners can tone down and  interact with each other both indoors and out doors. They’re open 11:30a.m. to 9:30p.m. on week days and from 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. on weekends and they are closed on Tuesdays. So if you’re playing on kicking back and having a lazy morning after walking your pooch, you know where to go! You can ring them up at 014-720 021,. Address: 22, Jalan 30/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  3. Huskiss

    This is for those of you who just cannot possibly get enough of huskies. This heaven-on-Earth is rated at 4.6 stars customers that left reviews have recounted the cafe’s cleanliness, the friendly nature of the staff and how well-trained the Huskies are. However, please note that there are time slots to play with the Huskies so it would be best to make a reservation beforehand. The entrance fee at Huskiss is RM20. Do not be fooled by the term “pet cafe” in this case as Huskiss, does not actually serve any food or drink. They do sell merchandise like T-shirts with their adorable Huskiss logo printed on it. Opening hours are from 12p.m. to 4:30p.m. and 6:30p.m. to 9:30p.m.. Address: 80-G, Block G, Zenith Corporate Park SS7/26, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

  4. Clawset Cafe

    We’ve all had bad Internet days. Finding a cafe or food court with free Wi-Fi just feels like an achievement on those days. I mean, can you think of anything better than a place to drink your hot chocolate as you get your work done? We can! A place where you can drink hot chocolate, get your work done and have little four-legged clouds tippy tap around you to ease your stress. Clawset Cafe has all those things! Delicious Nutella and peanut butter waffles, Pomeranians, pugs, cats and Wi-Fi. Just the thought of gentle purrs against our feet as we get work done already calms us down a few notches. Food and refreshments are priced at mid-range and they serve good portions as well. The cafe is rated at 4.3 stars and is conveniently located next to a pet shop. You can bring your own fur baby to the cafe but they are strict with the animals they allow through their doors. Give them a call at 03-7733 6138 to make sure. Address: No. 38, 1, Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

  5. Purradise

    Pun intended, and trust us when we say, it gets punnier. Enjoy adorably named beverages like Pawer Ranger and Vet-A-Way for RM12. If you’re vegan and worried about not finding something that matches your lifestyle, don’t fret! The cafe uses soy milk in a number of their beverages. The food menu offers a few wholemeal sandwiches to choose from, priced at RM15 each. Speaking of food, the kitizens of Purradise eat home-made, RAWR cat food made from chicken. It gets cooler. Unlike most cat cafes,  Purradise houses 15 rescued cats. Yes, you read that right-rescues! The aim of the cafe is to get their rescues exposed to human interaction before putting them up for adoption. They’re operating hours differ from day to day. On weekdays they are open from 2p.m. to 9p.m.. On Saturdays they operate from 2p.m. to 10p.m. and on Sundays operating hours are from 11a.m. to 7p.m.. If you have any questions, visit their website purradise.my and have them clear your doubts. You could also call them up at 03-2389 0976.  Address: 24A (First Floor), Jalan Tun Mohd Fiad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.

  6. Bow Wow Cafe

Here’s another cosy cafe for you and your little pooch. The cafe is a good place for both hoomans and canines to interact with one another. All around the little cafe, dogs are seen either calmly laying next to their owners feet or happily running around and playing till they huff and puff. Staff wipe down tables and chairs once a customer leaves so the place is always spic and 
span. The menu at Bow Wow will make you go wow. It ranges from appetisers, desserts, maim meals and snacks. They even have something for your dog! From Monday to Thursday the cafe opens at 12p.m. and closes at 10p.m.. It operates from 12p.m. to 11:30p.m. on Fridays, 11a.m. to 11:30p.m. on Saturdays and 12a.m. to 11:30p.m. on Sundays. Contact: 03-5889 1188. Address: 1F-06, Kompleks Kerani, Jalan Kerani 19, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.  
7.Kopicat Cafe

Kopicat Cafe is located in Subang Jaya. If you reside in the area and would like to pamper and be pampered by some furry babies, give Kopicat a try! Simply purchase a beverage and you will have gained entry into your new happy place. They offer mouth watering desserts like Red Velvet  and Salted Caramel Banana Cake. You’ll be spoiled for choice just by looking at the beverage menu with their variety of teas and coffees to choose from. Even their cats are given unique names like Nikita. Kopicat is open from 11a.m. to 10p.m. from Sundays to Thursdays. On Fridays and Saturdays they are open from 11a.m. to 12a.m.. Contact: 03-5613 0078 or visit their Facebook page Kopicat SS15. Address: Kopicat Cafe, Lot 1.1, First Floor, Jalan SS15/8A, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

8. Petztopia

Corgi lovers, come out to play! Literally. This 3.9 star cafe in Strand Mall houses a few different pups and Corgis just happen to be one of them. The cafe offers matcha green tea lattes, pizza and even food for your dogs. Vegetarians need not worry  because the dogs are furry! Also, staff will help you out and recommend suitable cuisines for your herbivorous diet. Price range is from RM64 to RM170. The cafe is also a pet store and even offers grooming and boarding  services. Swing by anytime between 11a.m. to 9p.m. for some puppy-lovin’! Contact: 03-6150 7793. Address: No. 42A-1& 46-1, Jalan PJU 5/20D, The Strand, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

9. Good Meowning Cafe
Here’s a pet cafe that your wallet would love to. Each session with the cats are 30 minutes long and you will only be charged RM7! Whether they are British Short-hairs or fluffier than clouds, these felines could not possibly be more friendly. With all that kitty-cuddling, don’t forget to feed the beast: your own belly. Satisfy the proud Malaysian in you with a cat head shapes nasi lemak. If you’re feeling like a bit of a dare-devil, try out the cafe’s Spaghetti Baguih for some hot and spicy pasta. Wish them a very good meowning at  03-9082 2111. You can catwalk yourself through their open doors between 9a.m. to 7p.m..  Address: 1, Jalan Suasana 2/7a, Tun Hussein Onn, 43200, Cheras, Selangor.
10. Seri Talam Cat Cafe

Now this is a good place to for us Malaysians to indulge in our own cuisines. Laksa Johor, Nasi Campur Ikan Tiga Rasa, Kuih Talam and so much more. We’re still deciding if the food is a bonus to the cats or if it’s the other way around. The 4.1 star cafe separates the cat area from the cafe area so customers can dine without having to be left in a trance by the adorable little whiskered faces of the cats. From kittens to full grown cats, this cafe will leave you in a puddle of your own bliss. They open at 7:30a.m. and close at 6:30p.m.. Since you now have a good place to go for dinner, what are you waiting for? Call them up at 018-310 1174. Address : No. 13, Jalan Seri Rejang 1, Taman Sri Rampai,  53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

Going to a pet cafe is all well and fun but be sure to be respectful of other customers (humans and pets alike) as you are sharing a space with them. Be considerate and show respect towards the cafe staff. After all, they are accommodating your needs. If your pet has yet to be potty-trained, make sure to put a pet diaper on them so they don’t drop their excretions at the cafe. This could save you the trouble of cleaning up and save everyone else a bad cafe experience. Make sure your  pets are collared to make it easier for them to be brought back to you in case they wander to other tables. Do not leave your pet’s leash on them while in the cafe as someone could easily trip over it and hurt themselves. Stay safe, stay humble and have fun.



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