The cafe we went to was 1000 Yen for the both of us (US$10--cheaper than most of the cat cafes--some were expensive!) and was unlimited on time. As soon as we entered the cafe, we were greeted by the first of many cats we would become acquainted with that day.
At first the cats were a little stand offish.
|This guy was a ragdoll, and from some angles, reminded us a lot of our kitty, Whiskey|
But then we learned that, like most cats, they wanted you to come to them.
Other cats, you could just tell they were bad cats.
The cats at this cafe were shelter cats, so there were a fair share of scared cats as well.
But there were plenty of nice cats who loved to be petted - and we loved petting them.
The whole cafe was set up with things for the cats to play on and high places for them to survey their territory.
By the end of our few hours there, the cats had really warmed up to us, even the mean ones.
|We could absolutely not figure out what to do with this machine at first. We pressed random buttons until we got it to do something, and a nice passer-by mimed what to do the rest of the way. (No idea what the "No Dangerous Goods" means.)|
|This is what we ended up with from the vending machine!|