“I recently went to YCat Café in Seoul,” writes Gina M. “I couldn’t wait to share the pictures with you!” [*Note: Part II tomorrow. -Ed.]
“The café has a nice atmosphere with over 20 cats of different breeds. We went right when they opened the café, so the cats were very friendly, energetic and curious.”
“I’m afraid I don’t remember exactly the entrance fee, but I think it was something about 10000 Won per adult including a complementary drink.”
“There’s also the option to buy food for the cats, which we did and the cats went crazy about it. It was really good fun!”
If You Go™
What: YCat Cafe (청춘 고양이; Cheongchun Goyangee)
Where: Mapo-gu, Seogyo-dong, 358-92, 3rd Floor.
Get There: Nearest station: Hongik University Station (Line 2), exit 9.
Whoops. Make that….playtime WITH the bathtub.
(T.O.) Coming up next: the C.O. Cat Café World Tour makes a stop in Seoul, South Korea.
Zira is mos’ def’ workin’ the TOE BEAN ACTION as we roll into TOESDAY! From Monica B.
Some little kittehs just don’t WANT to stay behind the gate.
[I’m just gonna go in here to check out their selection of magazines. Good Housekeeping…Women’s Day…Frankie? Whazzat? Hmm, Australian Women’s Weekly…Sports Illustrated from…January of 2013. Field & Stream. Yawn. Pass. Right, let me just grab a Bickford’s Sarsaparilla and I’m history, mates. Cheers.]
Video of Blinky Bill on a walkabout to Hamilton Base Hospital in Victoria Australia (he lives in the park across the street) originally seen on NBC News, sent in by Tamara. Techical consultation from NTMTOM. Above video from Western District Health Services FB page.
[*Note: Slammin’ soundtrack. -Ed.]