Singapore 2015: Cats’ Safari at Sunny Hills

I spent one Saturday immersed in some furry therapy at Cats’ Safari, which features pedigree rescue kitties being cared for by the owners and volunteers. It opens to the public on weekends for SGD $5, and provides private therapy sessions to people who need it over the weekdays (e.g. abused children, special needs). It’s a humanitarian take on the popular cat cafes, and that’s what makes it super cool.

I love this wall.
Here’s Scott wearing the socks we got for $5 upon entry.
I fell in love with this particular grey kitty, and still can’t stop thinking about it even now. Scott says I have a thing for ugly things. Too bad I got allergic reactions halfway in our session!
So cute!