Saturday, June 28, 2014

Furry Tales Pet Salon & Cafe @ Telawi, Bangsar

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).


Furry Tales
83, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Cafe opens Sat-Sun, 12pm-10pm. Salon opens Tues-Sun.

Stay up to date: The Eat Drink KL newsletter is sent by email to subscribers every Monday; it's the Klang Valley's foremost weekly round-up of new restaurant openings (even before they're featured on this blog), F&B promotions & other tasty tidbits.
Subscribe to Eat Drink KL Weekly for free via this following link: 
Note to subscribers on Gmail: The newsletter will be in the Promotions folder of your inbox.

Sausages to sambal. Muffins to marshmallows. Peanut butter to mango chutney. Cornflake ice cream to honey aloe yogurt. Lavender-laced lemonades to lychee-&-guava juices.
Eat Drink KL: Small Businesses, Huge Flavours is the first eBook to help customers navigate the diversity of independent F&B entrepreneurs who bake & boil in their own kitchens, offering some of Malaysia's finest, most fascinating food products.
This is a catalogue of insights into what inspires our contemporary culinary craftspeople, from Elsie & her sister Jennifer's experiments with tong yuen at home to Eugene & Emrys' escapades with hand-crafted sodas in Tokyo.
This resource will be continuously updated with new listings, so bookmark the following permanent link & check back regularly to find out what's fresh: www.eatdrinkkl.publ.com/businesses

Also, take a look at the latest edition of Eat Drink KL: 100 Favourites, completely redesigned with a revamped look, featuring 100 recommended restaurants for April-June 2014, including more than 30 new entries for this quarter. This eBook is available to read or download at this link: http://eatdrinkkl.publ.com/Eat-Drink-KL-100-Favourites-Apr-Jun-2014 (Link expires June 30, 2014; see blog entries after that date for new link).

Check out EAT DRINK, a new F&B website jointly run by The Expat Group (TEG) & Eat Drink KL. This website features all of our up-to-date reviews, plus exclusive weekly articles & a searchable database on restaurants in KL & Selangor: EatDrink.my

14 comments:

  1. I do like the coral coloured wall. Not sure what to think of this place, to be honest, as I have never been to one. I have seen dog groomers, but not ones with a cafe sur place. The white dog in your first photo set looks beautifully groomed, Sean! :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Linda: oh yes, i'm not sure whether the cafe part of the business is working out for them here, but it's a quirky concept :) and yes, that dog in the first photo was quite a doll, heh :)

      Delete
  2. Whoever says he's living a dog's life these days...sure has it so good, not like in the old days.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Suituapui: heheh, every dog has its day ... though some dogs have it better than others :)

      Delete
  3. so cute, the dogs! I l like the birds-on-a-wire mural ... wouldn't mind getting one for my house :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Footfringe: yeah, but as usual it was tricky trying to photograph the dogs, cos they mostly don't stay still, haha :) yeah the mural are a nice touch ... every home needs a mural, haha :)

      Delete
  4. Wow, can the guests play with the doggies? :D

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ken: heh, so far, if their owners don't mind, i think you can pet the pets if they're in a good mood :)

      Delete
  5. haha, macam ini pun ada untuk pet, wanted to be pet in next life~

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Happy walker: heh, well, some animals are fortunate, but many are not too lucky either :)

      Delete
  6. I prefer dogs than cats! They are so cute! hehehe.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. CK: heheh, i think i also prefer dogs (though cats can be fun too) :D

      Delete
  7. No no for me to eat with pets, not really fancy animals *sorry for animal lovers*

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Choi Yen: ya, definitely there will be others who will share your feelings :)

      Delete