These DIYs will help you create the cat cafe experience at home with cute snacks, kitchen supplies, decor and miniatures, for you and your cat!
For the simplest option, pick up a copy of Cat Cafe Manager and run your own virtual cafe. The trailer promises to let you befriend the local cats and unravel catty mysteries so what’s not to love? It’s out now for Nintendo Switch & PC.
Of course heekkong희꽁 has made a DIY miniature cat cafe and it’s as incredible as you’d expect. All the kitty snacks and drinks are amazing. You can watch it being made over on Youtube.
You can even make a cat-sized version with this DIY Cardboard Cat House by I Spy With My Little Eye. This is infinitely customisable so you can change up the colours and add more kawaii details.
Tastemade have a fun compilation of easy cat-themed treats to try with twists on marshmallows, cookies, cake pops and more. They don’t include the full recipes but that means you can use one you’re already familiar with, get a box mix at the supermarket or search online for a vegan version etc.
Pick up a Hello Kitty pancake pan from A Cute Shop (TW) and you can make a stack of kitty faces to decorate.
You can even treat your cats with a full Japanese meal! JunsKitchen attempted a cat-safe version of the traditional-style set meal of miso soup, rice with furikake, and fish.
For decor, A Spoonfull of Sugar has a sweet pattern for a quilted cat face mug rug. It’s a great way to use up small fabric scraps, and you could also just use a bigger piece if you’re more of a beginner sewist.
If you can’t have a cat at home, why not make one? HELLOhappy have a crochet pattern for a chubby cat pillow that looks so huggable and doubles as decor too.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.