The Orlando Cat Café has proudly partnered with the highly regarded 501(c)3 non-profit organization, SPCA Florida headquartered in Lakeland, Florida. Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida is dedicated to improving the lives of pets and people in the community, while providing care, compassion and hope to more than 4,000 homeless animals entering their doors each year. Open to the public, their McClurg Animal Medical Center is a state-of-the-art veterinary facility that heals and helps 50,000 patients annually. Thousands more pets and people are served through their community outreach and education programs.
There will be approximately 12-20+ cats and kittens in the Cat Play Area at any given time, all available for adoption.
Yes! All of the cats at The Orlando Cat Café are examined by SPCA Florida before arrival and are spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, receive vaccinations for feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and rabies (if age appropriate), receive monthly flea prevention and are microchipped.
Sorry but no. The Cat Café is strictly for cats and kittens looking for their forever homes.
The small entrance fee is necessary to cover the cost of housing our feline friends in a comfortable and cool environment. The entry fee also helps us provide staff as well as the costs associated with running a business.
Absolutely not. The Cat Play Area is a completely separate area from the cafe section of our building. Not only are cats not allowed, but employees don’t share the space either. Minch Coffee employees do not serve food nor clean up in the Cat Play Area and our Cat Adoption Counselors do not serve food from the café.
YES! You can choose from 2 options — the Individual “Pick of the Litter” Membership or the “Entire Litter” Family Membership (two guests).
Memberships come with these GREAT “purrks”:
- Ten (10) Hours of Monthly Cat Time*
- Additional Cat Hours only $5 per person*
- 2 FREE Guest Passes
- 4 BOGO Coupons for a Beverage
- 15% Discount on all Orlando Cat Cafe Merchandise
- *Subject to Availability
These memberships are being offered only for a limited time and are good for 1 year from the date of purchase! $150 purr year for individuals or $250 purr year for the entire family!
Membership requests will be filled first come, first serve — simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, address, and whether or not you want to purchase an Individual or Family Membership. We’ll email you when your card is ready for pick up. It’s that easy!!
We do not accept cats at our location. All our cats come from our adoption partner, SPCA Florida, and it is at their discretion if they have the space and financial support to take in additional pets. Please click here for a list of additional resources.
Starting your own cat cafe is a dream held by many people (trust us, we receive several emails a week from you all!). Before contacting us for advice on how to get started, we first advise that you visit other cat cafes, in person. Not just one, but as many cat cafes as you possibly can. This will provide insight on things you may, or may not like, to do in your cafe in the future.
Because every state, county, and city has different rules and regulations, we cannot and will not provide any advice or information on how to work with your local jurisdiction. We advise you to look into this yourself as every location is unique.
If you are visiting our cafe, we would be happy to meet with you for a face-to-face meeting; however, we will request a donation be made to SPCA Florida for the consultation time. We will not answer emails or phone calls if you have not done the due diligence listed above. Thank you for your understanding.
Phone: (352) 989-4820
532 Cagan Park Avenue
Clermont, FL 34714
We are located in the Town Center at Cagan Crossings, on Hwy 27 just North of Hwy 192, approximately 4 miles west of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. There is ample (free!) parking.
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Visiting With Children
The Orlando Cat Cafe prides itself on finding each wonderful cat his/her forever home and providing a cozy cafe & coffeehouse to enjoy. Our goal is to have the interaction be as optimal as possible between the cats and our youngest guests.
On our end, we know that kittens and cats are fragile. They are tiny and can be easily overlooked by young children. This is dangerous for both the child and the feline as young children can easily trip and fall over them. Children are naturally exuberant, this is a lovely quality of youth! However, if you are a cat lover, you know that felines prefer slow movements, soft voices, and a gentle touch. When kitties get stressed they are very unhappy and become ill or act out to protect themselves.
Children, just like kittens and cats, go through different socialization and developmental stages. For example, children 3-4 years of age are still learning impulse control. Sudden outbursts or impulsive grabs at a pet might frighten them and cause an adverse, frightened response. Between ages 5-7, children learn empathy and are better equipped to treat cats properly. Sadly, if kittens and cats have negative experiences with children during their socialization period, they can develop a lifelong fear of small children. Likewise, if a child has a negative experience with a kitten or cat, they can also develop the same type of fear.
Our staff reserves the right to ask you and your child(ren) to leave and return another time should they be disruptive or upsetting to the cats and if they are ignoring the rules and policies. We understand children can have a bad day and we hope you understand that returning another time may be in the best interest of everyone.
We believe this will help everyone enjoy their time at the cafe more and not only encourage a better interaction with the adoptable cats, but also a safer and stable environment for all.