Fact Sheet - Lion City Kitty™ - The Cat Museum, Muses & Mansion
8 Purvis Street, #02-02, Singapore 188587 (near Raffles Hotel & opposite the National Library)
Nearest MRT Stations: City Hall or Bugis (5 minutes walk)
Telephone: 6336 2133 (Wheelchair access can be arranged via the back lift of the shophouse)
Officially opened : 9 Jan 2015 by Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Foreign Affairs & Minister for Law
Founded by: Jessica Seet, former Radio Broadcaster 90.5FM & Programme Director, Class 95FM (Self funded Project) ; National Coordinator for World Voice Day; Founder, Art of Voice
• Singapore’s and World's first Cat Museum with Live Animals for Adoption
• Singapore's ONLY permanent weekend ADOPTION DRIVE in a home featuring our Kitty Orphanage & Kitten Kindergarten
• 50 000 visitors from around the world & Singapore
• 300 cats have been adopted since our opening
• SG50 cats Adoption Taget was met, 3 months ahead of schedule
• Educational Efforts through Kiddie Cat Camps to build a more Compassionate Singapore
• Supporting local talents including artists, doodlers, photographers & videographers
• Encouraging “Active Aging” by including Senior Citizens as Volunteers
• Partnering the Ministry of Social & Family Development’s “Youth at Risk” Division
• Working with SMU students & Temasek Polytechnic vet tech students interested in Animal Welfare
• Collaborating with Mount Pleasant Vet Group to ensure high standards of feline health care
• Singapore Hiss-tory Wall was Designated a Pokestop for Pokemon Go
• Mashable.com says "Dog lovers might walk away with a change of heart"
• Timeout.com "A first of its kind in Singapore"
• Mothership.sg "Step aside Cat Cafes"
• Expat.sg "A World's first"
• Hypeandstuff.com "Where You can Learn ABout Cats, Play and Adopt them"
• Artitute.com "Come in. Open Up. Get Inspired."
• Tripzilla.com "Education is on the Agenda"
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The orphan cats & kittens up for adoption & living at the Lion City Kitty founder's residence will soon be homeless. Minister (National Development), Mr. Lawrence Wong, has rejected the appeal to continue to allow visitors of The Cat Museum to meet ...