Things to do at Kitty Cafe Leeds review
The Kitty Cafe in the centre of Leeds is a part pet rescue centre and part cafe serving a range of drinks, desserts, light bites and mocktails. It is a comfortable, colourful and relaxed place to visit and spend time with their feline friends. The cafe is set inside a refurbished old Yorkshire bank.
They take in a range of cats from different backgrounds. With rescue cats, to strays, to cats that have had medical issues. They take them in and look after them until they find their forever home. Many of these characters you can meet while at the Kitty Cafe, who knows you may even fall in love with one of them enough to rehome them.
You can pre-book a table online and their menu also includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Their menu includes light lunch options such as sandwiches. They also serve pizzas, pasta and more. They also have a range of desserts including freshly baked cakes.
There is an extensive drinks menu with colourful fruity mocktails and deluxe milkshakes. There is a great tea selection, coffees and indulgent hot chocolates. The only trouble will be deciding what to have.
You can stroke the cats (but not pick them up) and they have toys available that you can play with the cats with. There is a range of seating and it’s a great place to relax. The venue welcomes families and booking in advance is advisable. Bookings are for just 1 hour, if you want to stay longer please contact the venue.
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FAQ and Further Information Kitty Cafe Leeds
Is there food and drink available?
This is a cafe-site selling hot and cold food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
Cat cafe with cats that you can stroke and play with, in a bright and relaxed environment. There are toilets and you can purchase food and drinks.
Is there a cost to visit?
*Yes there is a cost to visit
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *There is a £6 charge per adult and a £4 charge per child. This is a welfare charge and this goes towards looking after their cats. It is then your choice regarding what food or drinks you purchase.
Is there parking?
There is no on-site parking. The train station is an approx. 7 minute walk and there is parking nearby where charges apply.
When are they open?
The Kitty Cafe is open almost all year round. For up to date opening times and dates please visit their website.
Dogs are not permitted.
Are they accessible?
Please contact the venue.
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