Saturday, 15 August 2015

Maison de Moggy

This afternoon I met up with a friend and we visited Maison de Moggy, Edinburgh's Cat Cafe.

It's a lovely place, designed for maximum feline enjoyment

And with lovely quirky details, like this sign for the passage to the litter traysnext to the water fountain


 While we were there the cats were quite chilled out and sleepy


Sebastian 

 Jacques


 Alain

 It's a lovely place for a relaxing tea break (there is an excellent selection of teas and cakes - I had a pot of wonderful Chocolate Abyss tea, which contains real chocolate, and a very rich chocolate brownie). You pay an entrance fee for one hour and for that hour, it's just the one group of people in the cafe, which makes it very sociable, people all wander round photographing and petting the cats and chatting to each other as they go.

It's very popular at the weekends and during the summer months, so it's best to book in advance, which you can do on their website

You can also get loyalty cards....

9 comments:

Caroline Gill said...

Purrfect idea! I have never encountered such a place before. Lovely photos, too, Juliet. And meanwhile, your excellent drawstring bag accompanies (as it did last week) on our hols and occasional eating-out trips.

eileeninmd said...

What a neat place for tea and for the kitties. Great photos, enjoy your weekend!

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

They've been struggling to get the Nottingham one open, wonder if it is yet...

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

They've been struggling to get the Nottingham one open, wonder if it is yet...

Lowcarb team member said...

I've never heard of such a place before. You live and learn great info from blogs ...

Looks a great visit for you.

All the best Jan

Rabbits' Guy said...

Got one with bunnies? Chomomile tea and carrot cakes?

Crafty Green Poet said...

Hi Rabbits Guy - I think a bunny cafe would be a great idea too! Maison de moggy offers camomile tea and carrot cake.....

Lynn said...

What a wonderful place for a cat to live!

sage said...

what an interesting place!