7 Of The Best Pet Cafes & Restaurants In Malaysia

Cute animals and yummy food? Lunch or dinner can’t get any better than that. Here are seven paw-fect cafes and restaurants in Malaysia you can enjoy the company of some furry friends at. (Left: Image by @huskitory / Right: Image by @clawsetpetcafe)

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When we have pets, they immediately become members of the family. They are the ultimate best friends. Many cat and dog owners even bring their furry companions on vacation! Sadly, not everyone has the capacity to adopt a furry friend of their own — perhaps a family member is allergic to Mittens or caring for Fido is too much of a commitment.

Enter the pet cafe (or animal cafe).The undeniable goal at these restaurants is to create environments that allow you to enjoy the presence and/or company of their four-legged hosts. Here’s a list of all the furbaby-hosted eateries where you and a newly-made furry buddy may enjoy a meal together.

1. Clawset Pet Cafe, Petaling Jaya

As you enter this canine heaven, you will be welcomed by yelping friendly dogs that will hurry over to greet you. Here, you’ll meet curious Poodles, fluffy Pomeranians, Pugs, and even a French Bulldog. There is a platform area where you can sit with the fur babies at ground level. Alternatively, you can simply nestle them onto your lap while sitting on the long benches.

If you’re looking to restock on pet food and other supplies, be sure to visit the connection pet accessory shop. Clawset Pet Cafe hosts workshops on pet health, pet care, and seasonal pet parties on occasion. They also provide a space to hold special events.

Address: 36-A Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Daily, 10am to 8pm

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2. Huskiss, Kelana Jaya

If you’re reading this and haven’t heard about Huskiss, a Husky Cafe in Kelana Jaya, you’re in for a treat! Huskiss is located next to Paradigm Mall. You can socialise and spend time with their huskies while enjoying drinks and pastries. There are six Huskies at the cafe you can befriend — Hailey, Jean, Storm, Flash, Queen, and Dash. And they’re all a treat to be around!

Suppose you’re looking to check this place out. In that case, we recommend reserving a time slot with the cafe first as they have limited room for each session to avoid draining their Huskies’ energy.

Address: 80-G Block G, Zenith Corporate Park, SS7/26, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday, 11am to 4:30 and 7pm to 8pm

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3. Corgi & The Gang, Penang

Not only does this fantastic pet cafe at New World Park have the cutest dogs on the planet, but they also make delicious dishes and beverages. What a dream come true!

As the name implies, this pet cafe is centred around a bevvy of adorable dogs, but the Corgis are the ones who steal the show. But do show some love to the are other friendly dogs to play with, such as the Toy Poodles and Siberian Huskies.

More than your average cafe, this place also sells pet food and accessories, and if that’s not enough, there are grooming and pet hotel services too. Every corner is a photo opportunity for the ‘gram, thanks to the murals!

Address: 102-E-7, New World Park, George Town 10470, Penang
Opening hours: Monday and Wednesday to Friday, 11:30am to 9pm; Saturday to Sunday, 11:30am to 9:30pm

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4. Bark & Bean, Penang

Looking for a paw-some place to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Or somewhere just to have a cold refreshment together with your own dog? Try Bark & Bean Pet Cafe. Comfortable and cosy, you can even grab a birthday cake to celebrate your fur baby here!

Address: 18, Jalan Pantai Jerjak, Sungai Nibong, Bayan Lepas, 11900, Penang
Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday, 11am to 7:30pm

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5. Purradise Cat Cafe, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

The health food frenzy isn’t only for humans; pets are also encouraged to be conscious of their food. With the cafe’s own healthy raw meat food packets, marketed under the brand name Rawr, your feline will discover what it means to eat clean at Purradise Cat Cafe. Drop over for some fun with the 16 kittens in the cafe if you don’t have a cat, but not if you’re allergic to them!

Address: 24A (First Floor) Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 2pm to 9pm; Saturday, 2pm to 10pm; Sunday, 11am to 7pm

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6. Meow Meow Cafe, Kuching

You’d think that a city named after a cat would have a plethora of pet cafes, but that’s not the case, which makes Meow Meow Kuching’s first cat cafe. Meow Meow Cafe first opened its doors in 2017, with two domestic shorthairs, one Bengal, and three Persians as residents.

Meow Meow Cafe stands out from other Malaysian cat restaurants thanks to its Bengal and Persian cats. Most pet cafes feature adoptable domestic cats rescued from shelters or the streets, so it’s refreshing to see a more exotic collection of feline friends.

Address: Lot 2640 & 2641 Ground Floor, Jalan Green Road, Kuching 93400, Sarawak
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm; Sunday, 11am to 3pm

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7. The Huskitory, Melaka

Playing with a group of active and cuddly Huskies in a cafe is a lot of fun, but what if you can’t resist the urge to take them home with you? Well, too bad! you’re just going to have to resist the urge. On the upside, you can play with them as much as you like.

The Huskitory in Melaka is more than just a pet cafe; other services are here for your own furry babies like pet grooming, a gym, spa, hotel, and cremation services. Before heading here, be sure to make a reservation to avoid disappointment as it’s known to be booked out. After all, it has been awarded as the Top Destination in Melaka by TripAdvisor!

Address: 27 Jalan Taman ASEAN, Taman ASEAN Melaka Town 75250, Melaka
Opening Hours: Daily, 11:30am to 8pm

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