Wellington’s first cat adoption cafe is open, and we are celebrating with a DashKitten.com movie. This must now be one of the top New Zealand destinations for cat lovers. NOTE Mobile movie viewers might need to click here.
Just outside the best city to visit in New Zealand, you will find the best cat cafe ever! For those coming via the cruise liners – Petone is a short trip away, for those coming by car there is plenty of local parking in local streets.
Take a Look Inside the Latest Cat Adoption Cafe
Neko-Ngeru is hoping to encourage adoptions in the Wellington region through their cafe. Patrons can enjoy a ‘meet and greet’ while non adopting cat lovers can just chill, and drink their fill of cats and delicious coffee!
You will remember our previous report as the cafe was being created. The excitement, the paint, the hammering, and the furniture moving! Now, the cafe is open for business. Visiting is a delightful and relaxing experience.
- There are comfortable tables to sit at and beanbags for the really relaxed!
- There are lovely cakes, tasty savouries
- and some of the most amenable cats you could every hope to adopt.
You need to visit this lovely Cat Adoption Cafe as soon as you can
We enjoyed a wonderful visit as we sat and chilled with some of the best locally roasted coffee and delicious cakes.
- Your very own cat cafe visit can be booked Online Today.
- You can find out more about the cat cafe in one of the many press reports.
ConCATulations to Richelle and Ken Okada on creating a friendly, welcoming and friendly environment for happy cats and really spoiled happy people! On your next visit to Wellington, New Zealand, this is one of the things you must not miss!
The Background and the People who dreamed of the Cat Adoption Cafe
Why a cat cafe for Wellington?
Ken and Richelle Okada have visited cat cafes around the world during their time as international teachers. They knew when they settled for good in New Zealand that a cat cafe would be a good thing. Some people live in rented accommodation and landlords are reluctant to allow cats. Others are apartment dwellers who don’t feel they have enough room for a cat to play. For these people a cat cafe is the perfect place to get their ‘kitty fix’.
It is also a vitally important way for cats to be carefully and safely re-homed – with all the fees and checks this en’tails’. The cat cafe will be helping contain the stray cat population, which is a human fault after all! They work alongside The Outpawed Rescue Trust and Feral Nation who focus on strays and TNR, as well as local cat rescues.
Marjorie and the
Dash Kitten Crew