Looking for the purrfect outing with family or friends? Orlando Cat Café is the place to visit. In fact, it’s the only place to visit in the area where guests can grab a cup of coffee and play with adoptable cats.
Proud partners, Orlando Cat Café and SPCA Florida are working together to get as many cats adopted as possible. In 2020 alone, the café has celebrated its 700th, 800th, 900th, and – most recently – its 1,000th adoption.
Some things at Orlando Cat Café have changed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the good news is: There’s still coffee. And there’s still cats.
New safety procedures include mandatory face masks, temperature checks, frequent handwashing and sanitizing throughout the facility, sectioned areas, social distancing and limited availability for play hours in the visiting center (guests are recommended to make an online reservation). In-person cat yoga has also returned.
Orlando Cat Café is located at 532 Cagan Park Ave., Suites 201-203, in Clermont. Cat play hours are Monday, from noon to 6 p.m., and Tuesday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $8 per person, per hour.
For more information about Orlando Cat Café, or to see a gallery of the current adoptable cats, visit orlandocatcafe.com.
This column is submitted by Experience Kissimmee, the official tourism authority for Osceola County. Get inspired at experiencekissimmee.com.