Reservations are highly recommended. Our Cat Lounge has a human capacity of 10 people, therefore walk-ins are accepted only when space is available. Fortunately, it’s very easy to make a reservation online.
You may cancel or reschedule your booking up until 24 hours prior to your visit. There are instructions on how to cancel or reschedule in your “Visit Confirmation” email.
We have a small parking lot in front of our building. If the lot is full, there is street parking right around the corner on Buford Ave. Please park on the side opposite the tattoo parlour, alongside the TimeOut Youth Center.
We allow children ages 8 and up to visit the cat lounge if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 16, with a signed waiver. We occasionally host specially scheduled events for children younger than 8 – please see our events calendar for details.
The entry fee pays for cat food, litter, maintenance, and other costs of providing our kitties with the high quality care they deserve.
Our cats and kittens are friendly, playful, and enjoy spending time with humans. However, most cats sleep up to 16 hours a day. No matter when you visit, you are likely to encounter a mix of cats playing, chilling and napping. While it’s hard to predict when the cats will be awake, cats tend to be most active in the morning and around dusk (after 5pm). If you are interested in a more laid-back vibe, afternoon nap time is very relaxing and a good way to de-stress.
No, unfortunately we must ask that you leave your own kitties at home.
Unfortunately we cannot directly accept outside animals into our care. All cats coming into Daily Mews must be properly vetted by a Veterinary professional through one of our rescue partners, including spay/neuter and vaccinations. If you have an animal you wish to surrender, we suggest you contact CMPD Animal Care & Control.
We gladly support and champion other cat cafes because we feel the more cats’ lives are saved, the better! That said, any successful business starts with careful research and a solid business plan. It took us over two years to plan and launch our cat cafe, which entailed countless unpaid hours of work and significant start-up capital. We suggest you start by visiting cat cafes in our area and around the country to get a feel for what is involved.