Cat Cafe Nurri
Luckily enough we were blessed with beautiful snow the day I arrived to Estonia which created just the right spirit for Winter holidays. However freezing temperature outside left me with some poor dressing options over the three weeks spent there. Having lived in London for the past seven years and being used to get away with trench coats and rain boots at the worst scenario, I quickly found myself borrowing friend's UGGs and Mum's jackets and some emergency shopping had to be done for the little one. Although unrelated to fashion, I still wanted to make a post about this place here.So I accidentally came across a so-called "cat cafe" on Instagram on one of our last days in Tallinn and my son and I just had to pay a visit since he's been asking for a pet for quite some time now. I thought the concept of it was brilliant; it's just like a regular cafe only that it's full of cats and kittens seeking homes. Once let in, you do have to sign certain regulations but after that you are free to play with any kitty you wish. I bonded with the stuffed one. By the way, that's the only picture you get of me because my boy wasn't in a mood to assist me with photos on that day (wearing a rather matchy G.KERO sweatshirt).Be prepared to have a furry guest joining you at the table if you are extra cat-friendly.
Neither of us was hungry so after making sure every cat in sight has been fed, on our second hour there, Bruno finally agreed to have a sausage roll that came in form of a mouse, naturally!
Those who cannot provide home to any of these cuties are able to buy one of the souvenirs profit of which helps towards the needs of all of the homeless cats.
Bruno was obviously begging me to take one puss home, little did he know that Mummy is a dog person! Okay, I swear it wasn't that. But if I was to get a pet, whether a cat or a dog, I would most definitely adopt one. What about you? And do you enjoy when I write a bit more, and if I wrote about some of the favourite places every now and then? Let me know! x