The Sunday Fraggle report~ Mogs on the Tyne edition

On Thursday Sophie and I went into Newcastle to do lunch at the new cat cafe, Mog on The Tyne. A clever name as there is a famous song by a local famous group, Lindisfarne, called Fog on the Tyne :).  The cafe only opened a couple of weeks ago after 2 years in the planning, and Sophie booked us in for a 1hr slot at lunchtime. It’s £5 to book, and that money goes to the upkeep of the cats, of which there are 10, and then you can buy lunch & drinks too.  All the cats are rescue cats and most are just beyond kitten hood, I think that’s so they grow up used to people and the environment.  Sophie doesn’t have cats of her own as she travels to Spain several times a year, so she was thrilled to get some pussy cat time. We hadn’t factored in that it’s still school holidays here, so there were a fair few youngsters who of course don’t give a monkey’s that you’re trying to take photo’s and get in the way a lot! We will return when kids are back to school!

snooze bucket

snooze bucket ~ Rum

play bucket

play bucket~Tyrion

snooze tube

snooze tube~Sybil

let me in!

let me in! ~Tyrion & Tokyo

plenty of room for 2

plenty of room for 2

where'd ya go?

where’d ya go?

gimme some lovin'

gimme some lovin’

colour co-ordinated

colour co-ordinated

not colour co-ordinated

not colour co-ordinated~Jaffa

snooze perch

snooze perch~Francis

cool cat

cool cat~ Tinks

Stan the man

Stan the man

a couple of iPhone snaps





It’s a great place to have lunch, we had Chicken & chorizo pannini’s which were delicious and I had a great cup of tea, very good price too. It’s already very popular and gets full booked really quickly. Open hours are 10am til 8pm with a closure between 3pm & 5pm for cat naps.

their website can be found HERE.

Queue to get in for the next session.

Queue to get in for the next session.

laters gaters


16 thoughts on “The Sunday Fraggle report~ Mogs on the Tyne edition

  1. wow, what a kool place, and that is such a neat idea. kind of reminds me of Key West, where cats and roosters roam free. and most restaurant allow you to let your dog come dine with you. i cant pick out a favorite feline, i love them all :)! lunch sounded really good.
    im glad you had an excellent adventure:)

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  2. I like this idea for a cafe and I’m happy that it’s catching on because I like cats, but I don’t like living with them (too much vacuuming!) Thank you for sharing and I hope that you do go back when the kiddies are in school to get more photos 🙂

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  3. Hello! I hope you don’t mind, but I did a quick review of Mog on the Tyne and forgot to take any photos – I’ve used your photo of Stan but given you full credit and a link back to this page, but if you’d prefer I didn’t use it please let me know and I’ll remove it straight away! What an eye for photos you have!

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