— Roboeyes Cafe is no longer in operation —
I’m a dog lover and am happy to collaborate on pet blogging. If you have been following my blog, you would have noticed that pets are featured every now and then.
I was introduced to a new dog cafe which just opened recently in the east and decided to check it out.
FRONT VIEW OF ROBOYES CAFE
The dog cafe is located next to a coffeeshop, separated by a lift.
We know how important it is to have your personal transport – at least to ferry your pooch around. We can’t expect to see them in public transport. As such, if you are wondering if there is any parking space, you will be pleased to know there is a multi-storey carpark over here.
To enter the cafe, one would need to pass through this wooden gate. This prevents your pooches from running out.
Fancy getting new apparels and accessories for them?
THE CAFE AREA
Well, honestly this is the first dog cafe I have visited. I would say it’s spacious enough for your beloved pooch to run around and have lots of fun.
It was so difficult to take a decent shot of them. They were too excited and kept running around chasing their new furry friends.
This friend is currently fostered under SOSD. Isn’t she lovely? She mixes well with other dogs and is not aggressive at all. Consider to adopt if you are interested (don’t buy). She is up for adoption – check out her blog post to know more about her.
He played too much and…
Finally “KO” 🙂
Noticed the small blue gate? If you look inside, there is another compound for humans and pooches to chill out.
Too bad that you can’t go in… LOL
Looks very cosy! Apart from being a dog cafe, Roboyes Cafe gives you a feeling that you are very much at home.
You mean the world to them. Hugs…hugs…hugs…
Roboyes Cafe offers a range of food for you to select. Check out their lunch promo and student meals as well.
Dog treats are also available for your little ones.
This is my pasta 🙂
So what are you waiting for? Check out this dog cafe today!
Disclosure: No financial compensation was received, and all photos and opinions in this post are mine, and all rights reserved.