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Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium

I visited Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium five years ago and this month we went back for a visit, this time with my husband. Their cats are rescue and some are or will be up for adoption. Most of the cats are under 1, so very playful as you can see from the pictures. I had to try different toys with them to find “the one”, my husband discovered the best one from the beginning.

Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium

Look at her, she is so energetic. All the cats were eager to play or most of them at least. The price is £15 per person for a 90 minutes session and we got drinks, which we paid for separately. I think it is worth the price as there are many cats, the decor is beautiful, and it is relaxing and wonderful just to look at them. On top of that, they are taking in rescues, so that is a great thing in itself.

We both had a wonderful time and I highly recommend a visit to the cat cafe if you are for a few days in London.

Cat

Isn’t she a cutie?

Cat

Cat playing

My husband played with this cat a lot. She was jumping and playing. She loved this particular toy.

Cat playing

Cat relaxing

After quite a long time playing… this happened… the cat Merry fell asleep on my husband’s foot. She was so tired.

Cat relaxing

She moved in a more comfortable position.

Cat in her bed

Cat playing

This cat showed me the perfect toy. She played with me for a while, before going back downstairs and playing with a few of the other cats with it.

Cat in the cardboard castle

The cats had a huge cardboard castle and it was very popular with them. Some were playing, but some, like this one, were having a much needed nap.

Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is closed on Wednesday, but open in all the other days. Opening hours are from 12 to 21, which is handy if you fancy an evening with the cats after work.
The address is 152-154, Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 6DG. Booking is necessary if you ask me as the place is almost fully booked or fully booked often.

7 Comment

  1. Isn’t it interesting how cats love stuff made from cardboard. There is even a saying that cats are more likely to play longer with a packaging for a toy than with a toy itself.. Great idea to provide them a cardboard castle. I watched a tutorial for it on Youtube once, a blogger made a cardboard castle for her cat.
    Lady Dinah’s cat emporium seems like a nice place to visit.

  2. I love that calico! I wish you could take one of those little guys home with you but I know it’s not possible these days. Thanks for sharing it. That’s a spot I’d love to visit!

    1. The one that sleeps near my husband’s feet will be up for adoption… I’m so tempted. All the kittens were so cute. <3

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