Unlike most cities which tend to only have one, if any, cat cafes, Bangkok actually has a few cat cafes. While I was interested in several of them, Caturday is what worked out best for us due to its location. It was in walking distance from Siam Paragon and we already had other plans in that area (like developing film and the Hello Kitty House).
Boy is this a popular cat cafe! It was very crowded inside but they did not turn us away as they initially did at one of the cat cafes in Korea. The other thing I noticed immediately was the heavy theming. This place was cats, cats, cats!
There were all kinds of cute cat decorations such as cat toys (not for cats- though there were those too!), paintings of cats, a big cat clock, cat merchandise, and more.
Obviously there were things for the cats to climb, sit on, and sleep in as well.
Several cats had on cute outfits or accessories.
We were seated at a table in the back near this cute Persian cuddled in a little kitty tent.
We spent a little time perusing the menu before we decided on a drink and cheese fries. I think we were both technically supposed to order drinks but it was okay since we ordered fries too (I’m not sure). We were a little more hungry than thirsty and I have a fondness for cheese fries but there were lots of other meal, snack, and dessert options.
I no longer remember the name of the drink we shared but it was very tasty and sat on a cute Caturday coaster! The fries were also good.
For the most point we just enjoyed watching the cats and petting the occasional one that wandered our way. Kitty snack time was crazy and also fun to watch with particular kitties trying to get it all. Others were being a little less sure of what to do when presented with it.
Overall it was a pretty nice time.