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Cats in 2nd cat cafe in S’pore taught how to cook, serve food, valet park

Posted on 22 February 2014

Cat cafe business competition heating up, owners upping the ante by offering better quality service.


A second cat cafe, imaginatively called The Cat Cafe, will be opening in Singapore come April this year.

Located in Bugis Village, this batch of cats in the second cat cafe will not only be taught how to be subservient, they are also trained to cook, serve as waiters and waitresses and even valet park.

All these skills upgrading have been done to up the ante as competition in the cat cafe business is heating up, to see which joint can offer the most bang for their buck.

Wan Pu Xi, a cat trainer, said: “Teaching cats to respond to their own names is not good enough these days. To go one step further, they are taught how to do basic algebra and even knead and bake the pastry that is served in the cafe.”

“This will greatly enhance the quality of experience of visitors to the cat cafe and the trick is to keep the catpower costs low.”

“This is also in line with the Singapore government’s drive to increase productivity of the island’s inhabitants.”

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