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Little Zoo Cafe

September 13, 2015

Little Zoo Cafe
“Have coffee & meet exotic pets in Bangkok”
Open everyday except Monday: 11am – 8pm
Call: +66 87 441 1223 and +66 89 772 7728
Address: Little Zoo Cafe @ 55/613 Sukhothai Ave. 99, Bondstreet road, Bangpood, Pakret, Nonthaburi 11120. Near Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University

Little Zoo Cafe Bangkok

Little Zoo Cafe is an awesome little coffee and exotic pet shop out in Nonthaburi Bangkok. Here you’ll find some yummy deserts, hot coffee’s, banana crepes and a few more items on their menu, but the main attraction at Little Zoo are the exotic animals (and the most adorable non exotic ones too). They have Fennec fox, red fox, silver fox, meerkat, pomeranians, racoon and a few more.

The Menu: Coffee, teas, cake/cheesecake & waffles
What I Ate: We had hot coffee, coco yen and a yummy waffle with strawberries and chocolate ice cream, it was delicious.
The Staff: There was a queue but the staff handled everyone very well. They seem like true animal lovers, they were all nice & friendly!

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Kitten in Bangkok need your help please

May 6, 2015

My friend found this tiny kitten in Bangkok. She has some obvious problems with her skin and eyes and will take her to the doctor today to get her some much needed medical attention.

If/when she is fully recovered and vaccinated, she’ll need a home, so if anyone out there would like to give a home to a baby cat in need, please help us.

Her pictures… 🙁 🙁

Contact me here

With help from Rakmaw, BangkokForum and ThaiVisa we are also hoping to find a home.

Pictures from 2013 Thailand Pet Expo

June 10, 2013

For those of you that could not make it to Queen Sirikit Convention center last week for the Thailand Pet Expo 2013, here are some pictures from the wonderful event.

As you can see, there were tons of cuddly creatures there for adoption, to play with, and even some dog shows and talent shows!

Check it out next year!

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KY happy dog is quite the little Bangkok super star

June 2, 2013

Recently I had the pleasure of meeting this adorable little white Pomeranian. His name is Ky and he lives in Bangkok. I’m working on getting Ky to become the Got Bangkok mascot, I hope he will take this gig with 🙂

Check out his facebook page at I’m pretty sure you’ll fall in love with this little guy, the same as me!

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Pet Expo Thailand 2013

May 29, 2013

Pet Expo Thailand 2013

Organizer: N.C.C.Exhibition Organizer Co.,Ltd
Where: Queen Sirikit National Convention Center Zone C-2, Plaza and Atrium. (MRT Queen Sirikit)
When: May 30 – June 2, 10am – 8pm
Website Info:

The 13th annual of the Pet Expo Thailand 2010 is being held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC). If you have pets and care to make sure they have the best life possible, this will be a great opportunity for you to get out there and see some of the top quality pet foods, pet care, pet hospitals, and pet information in Bangkok, Thailand. This will be a great event and learning experience for everyone in Bangkok.

For more events at QSNCC you can check their website

—>>> pics added here

I’ll be there taking 🙂 If any questions or requests please let me know by contacting me here

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Cataholic Cafe

May 18, 2013

Cataholic Cafe
“Relax place with pretty kitties”
Open Tuesday-Sunday 11:30am-9pm (closed every Monday)
Call: Thai:+66846644936 +66815392824. English:+66815392824 +66898516500
Address: Ozono 2nd Floor, 307 Sukumvit 39 (Phrompong BTS), Klongton-Nua , Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand. (Thai -> 307 ชั้น2 อาคาร Ozono ถนนสุขุมวิท แขวงคลองตันเหนือ วัฒนา Bangkok 10110, Thailand)

For all you animal lovers (especially cats-lovers) in Bangkok, you’ll really enjoy this place Cataholic Cafe. Located in a very quite animal-loving strip mall called Ozone, you’ll find this cafe filled with lots of after school students and some lunch break people hanging out, enjoying the relaxing atmosphere and taking pictures and playing with the many beautiful cats. There are cakes, pies, and an assortment of drinks and juices available.

The Menu: There are some ice coffee, milkshakes, and even a few food items like tuna sandwich and more.
What I Ate: I had only a hot coffee and bottle of water
The Staff: The staff was mostly students after class, no English spoken, but very nice and friendly.

Please support WSPA Thailand

April 24, 2013

WSPA Thailand

WSPA has a vision to help create a world where animal welfare is important and to stop cruelty to animals.

Checkout their Facebook at:
Checkout their Thai website at:
Check their International site at:

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Purr Cat Cafe Club

March 20, 2013

Purr Cat Cafe Club
“Purrfect For Your Furkids”
Open everyday: Tues to Thur 11am-8pm and Fri to Sun 11am-9pm
Call: 02 108 3604
Address: Soi Sukhumvit 53 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Thailand 10110. Best if you go to BTS Thonglor station, exit 1 and walk straight until you see Suk53, walk about 5-10 minutes down 53 and you’ll see it on the left side.

Purr Cat Cafe Club is a very new cafe in Bangkok, opened only about 4 months ago (November, 2012). It is a really nice place to chill out and relax, have some treats and coffee while watching and playing with some adorable cats.

The Menu: You can get a variation of drinks, soft drinks, hot tea, coffee and some shakes. To eat there is tuna salad and also lots of cakes, scones, muffins, and ice cream.
What I Ate: We ate the tuna salad, soft chocolate cake, and the chocolate brownies with ice cream. It was all delicious!
The Staff: The staff was very nice. I spoke with a couple of the ladies there and they were very friendly and they really seem to enjoy and love the cats there. Is so nice to see a place where all of us animal lovers can enjoy the company of many beautiful cats together.

Help rebuilding Khun Ruens dog island shelter

May 17, 2012

I got an email last week, about something the people of Thailand, tourists, locals, residences, everyone should take part in, that is helping the animals effected by those horrible floods.

Here’s an exerpt from the email I received:

“The Bangkok floods have now disappeared and we hope for no reoccurrence this year. Thank you for your support during the floods. With your help thousands of animals were saved!

The cleanup work continues and Soi Dog continues to help dogs that were affected by the disaster.

An outstanding task remains from the floods; the rebuilding of the dog shelter at what became known as Dog Island. Dog Island had been a temporary refuge for hundreds of dogs displaced by the Bangkok floods. The dogs on Dog Island captured the worlds attention and became symbolic of all the animals affected by the flooding.

The area where Dog Island is located is called Putthamonthon (often called Buddha Monthon). Putthamonthon is a huge Buddhist Temple complex in the Nakhon Pathom province of Thailand, west of Bangkok. Putthamonthon is the center of Buddhism in Thailand.

Prior to the floods a woman named Khun Ruen operated the shelter at Putthamonthon relying on the generosity of the community to help feed and care for the dogs. Unfortunately the Putthamonthon shelter was almost completely destroyed by the floods and Khun Ruen’s dogs were moved to the temporary rescue centre at WFFT south of Bangkok. Pictured below is Khun Ruen visiting her dogs at the temporary facilities.

Soi Dog has committed to rebuild thePutthamonthon shelter and I am asking for your help today in doing so.

Khun Ruen spends 7 days a week selflessly caring for the dogs at Phuttamonthon. Will you help Khun Ruen to keep fulfilling her promise to the animals in her care? Please consider helping Khun Ruen by donating to the Phuttamonthon Shelter appeal today and help these now all but forgotten dogs.”

Please take a moment to watch this short video of the evacuation of Khun Ruen’s dogs during the flood crisis:

A few pictures of the dogs and Soi Dogs foundation

Please Donate Here

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Help Cats and Dogs Affected by the Thailand Floods

November 1, 2011

Here is a public announcement from SCAD Bangkok, please help cats and dogs (and all animals) that have been affected by the flooding in Thailand.

Imagine being abandoned by your family? No food, no clean water, no shelter, no safety. This is the fate of many dogs and cats in Thailand right now, as the country battles with its worst floods in recorded history.

Please help me to support the forgotten casualties – the street dogs and cats, and family pets left behind by their owners in their rush to evacuate areas threatened by the rising waters. Donate now to help us support other groups during this terrible time and feed, transport and treat the animals most in need.

A sweet mother dog and her three four-week old pups are some of the lucky ones SCAD was able to scoop up before the water reached central Bangkok. Toong Saai (which means “sand bag” in Thai) was found with her little ones huddled behind a wall of sand bags at an evacuated restaurant. She had no water, no shelter, and her only food source was a huge bowl of rice – which was sour and covered in cockroaches and flies.

Working with a large network of animal welfare groups, hundreds of abandoned and homeless dogs and cats are in need of urgent assistance, and the only way we can provide help is with your donation.

Temple dog “Flood” was found on the brink of death while we evacuated our Dog Center. A small corner was found in the back of the SCAD truck and he was taken immediately to a supportive vet clinic for life saving fluids, vitamins and medication. He is still in that clinic and has a long road ahead of him to full recovery.

Please, I urge you to donate now to help dogs like Toong Saai and Flood.

I Love BKK animals

Thank you SCAD Bangkok, for helping to improve the lives of lonely animals in Thailand.

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