Exotic-looking, leopard-patterned Bengal cats have been some of the more outgoing and feisty felines we've run across in our research, and this cafe devoted entirely to Bengals is noticeably more lively than your average cat cafe. The medium-size playroom is decorated with a forest theme, with (artificial) vine-covered walls and a network of (artifical) tree branches overhead for the fifteen resident cats to prowl.
Other than the artificial forest, the cafe is a bit more basic than average, with just a few stools to sit on and a drinks machine where you can help yourself to the one drink that's included with your admission. The cafe is especially popular with foreign tourists, and children of all ages are allowed, with free admission for children under the age of four.
See more photos and details at Animal Cafes.com.
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