Meowry Christmas!


Hey guys! I’m selling Christmas postcards this year… meow themed. Inspired by my own babies

Each card is:

  • On a 260gsm card with matt lamination.
  • Printed on one side, the other is blank because I don’t like how watermarks ruin things sometimes.

A pack of 4 (2 of each design) is going for SGD$6, including local shipping.

Please transfer $$ to POSB Savings 125452353 before filling the following form up.
Take note of your Transaction Reference No. k!

All proceeds are going to the Cat Welfare Society. Spread the word and save some cats! Here’s a shortlink to this post: http://bit.ly/UCvyfb

I will also throw in a stooffi cat sticker for the first few orders:

[Edit: I HAVE RUN OUT OF STOOFFICAT STICKERS. also orders close 4 Dec!]

If you have any additional questions feel free to tweet me / send me an email / comment here 🙂 Thanks!

Ah Meow Café, Hong Kong

Ah Meow was a random hole in the wall we decided to visit since we heard about it and were in the area. It was pretty hard trying to locate it, and it lacks signboards and ads directing you to it but after some intense walking and google-mapping, we managed to find the place!

This Hong Kong cat cafe is super different from its Korean counterparts, and I’d have to say I kinda prefer the Korean Cat Cafés more. They’re more well planned out in terms of their interiors – like having their F&B prep area tucked neatly in a corner, and their cat toilets well hidden. This one offered a more extensive menu (vs only drinks in Korea), which included cakes, pasta, chocolates and instant noodles. I only had a longan honey tea so I can’t comment much about the food. The cats didn’t seem to have any interest in human food, so rest assured, your food is safe. It seems though, that while Korean cat cafes provide you with toys and you can pay for snacks to feed cats, you have to come equipped with your own if you’d like to get the attention of these otherwise rather lackadaisical felines from Hong Kong.

What I liked about this one was that it was really cosy and had an artistic, laid back, indie touch to it. Many hand drawn characters adorn its walls, as well as notes and doodles from customers, and photos of the cats. They also sold stationery, accessories, and did made-to-order cakes. Ah Meow also offers boardgames for customers to while time away.

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Ah Meow Cat Café
阿貓地攤
Level 3, 2-6 Foo Ming St Po Ming Building
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong