In wireless caching networks, a user generally has a concrete purpose of consuming contents in a certain preferred category, and requests multiple contents in sequence. While most existing research on wireless caching and delivery has focused only on one-shot requests, the popularity distribution of contents requested consecutively is definitely different from the one-shot request and has been not considered. Also, especially from the perspective of the service provider, it is advantageous for users to consume as many contents as possible. Thus, this paper proposes two cache allocation policies for categorized contents and consecutive user demands, which maximize 1) the cache hit rate and 2) the number of consecutive content consumption, respectively. Numerical results show how categorized contents and consecutive content requests have impacts on the cache allocation.