A Cattery may be the best way to pamper and spoil your cat, the safe and stress free way

If you’re a cat owner, chances are that at some point, you’ll need to leave your furry friend in the care of someone else – whether it is for an extended vacation or perhaps even a business trip. In times like these, boarding your beloved feline with a cattery can offer them (and you) peace of mind.

Here are some things to consider when deciding whether or not to take your cat to a cattery and how it could benefit both of you!

Let’s dig deeper! 

Here are some things to consider when deciding whether or not to take your cat to a cattery and how it could benefit both of you!

1. Environment

A cattery is designed to provide a safe and comfortable environment for cats. The staff should be trained to look after the cats’ needs and keep them entertained while you’re away.

We consider your cat’s physical health and mental and emotional well-being; we offer a wide range of ‘cat interactions’ and areas, so they are safe, secure and entertained.

2. Health and safety

Before taking your cat to a cattery, ensure the facility is clean and that the cats are up-to-date on their vaccinations. You should also ask about the cattery’s flea and tick prevention policies.

As pet owners, we want the best for our furry friends, including their health and safety. At our Pet Hotel, we understand the value of providing top-quality care for your pet while you’re away. That’s why we prioritise cleanliness and health in all our services, from boarding to grooming. Trust us to treat your feline friend like one of our own.

3. Cost

Cattery fees can vary, so ask about the cost upfront. Some catteries charge per day, while others charge per week or per month.

Our Cattery rates can be found on our Rates page; please call us if you feel you need a more in-depth conversation regarding your cat’s needs. 

4. Length of stay

Consider how long you’ll be away and whether or not your cat will be comfortable staying in a cattery for that time.

 If you have any concerns or questions about the length of stay and if your cat will adjust or be comfortable, we are only a phone call away. 

5. Your cat's personality

Some cats are more social and enjoy being around other cats, while others prefer to be alone. Consider your cat’s character when deciding whether or not to take them to a cattery. 

Here at Wags Pet Hotel, we consider your cat’s personality and provide them with a home away from home. 

5. The cattery's policies

Before choosing a cattery or a cat sitter, understand their policies regarding feeding, exercise, and medical care.

As always, we are transparent and happy to provide a tour, guidance, and honest information regarding your cat’s needs and wants when you are away from them.

Every cat has an individual personality, we always consider that. 

Taking your cat to a cattery can provide peace of mind knowing that your feline friend is safe and well-cared for when you’re away. However, it’s essential to research and choose a reputable cattery that meets your cat’s needs.

We hope you better understand what it takes to leave your beloved cat in a cattery for an extended period. Consider all factors that come into play and ensure it is the right option for you before deciding. After all, no one loves our furry friends like we do, so choose a supportive and attentive home away from home.

Get tailored attention and love at our cattery near you

Whether you’re looking for a cattery near or far, our team at Wags Pet Hotel will provide your precious pet with the tailored attention and love they deserve. So make sure to find out more about us today!