From Canine-centered Cafes to Pet Food Bakeries

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 29, 2016
Rather than just simply allowing pets indoors, these pet-friendly restaurants were designed to help humans and animals share more time and meaningful experiences together.

In addition to a number of dog and cat cafes that are popping up all over the world, there are more eateries that are being designed to foster special connections. For instance, Collide created a soup kitchen for homeless people and their pets, while this year, MicroChippy is being launched so that people can share special Valentine's Day meal with a beloved pet.

In addition to celebrating domestic pets, there are also a number of animal-themed restaurants that allow patrons to share time with unique creatures like sheep, owls and more. Typically, these kinds of outrageous pet-friendly restaurants are run as pop-ups to promote a good cause.