Coffee hounds pursuing their paw-fect cafe should stop chasing their tails & barking up the wrong tree; sniff out the scent of Furry Tails, where puppy love has been unleashed recently on a Bangsar backstreet.
Furry Tales is a pet salon with an in-house cafe, located in a house converted into a striking business venue.
Don't let the dogs out: Furry Tails' front section is where four-legged friends scamper (including current resident poodle Coffee, Pomeranian Maggie & Maltese Candy, owned by the staff members), some of them waiting to be groomed. Baths, blow-drying & brushing are among Furry Tails' services.
With so much canine cuddling happening here, Furry Tales is one of the closest things to a dog cafe in KL right now.
The cafe is at the back of the building, separated from the main salon. We visited a few weeks ago before the kitchen began operating, but basic pastas & coffee are available for human customers by now. Note though that the cafe only opens Saturday & Sunday, 12pm-10pm.
Plenty of potentially tasty treats for your furkids at this cheerfully bright place (as well as pet toys).
83, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Cafe opens Sat-Sun, 12pm-10pm. Salon opens Tues-Sun.
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