Cat Boarding

Boarding your cat in a cattery while you go on holidays can be made easier if you plan ahead. There are a few simple things to keep in mind that can make the whole experience much easier for you and your beloved furry feline.

Cat Boarding Tips

Boarding your cat in a cattery while you go on holidays can be made easier if you plan ahead. There are a few simple things to keep in mind that can make the whole experience much easier for you and your beloved furry feline.

Why choose a Cattery?

Today the standard of pet care is improving at a fast pace as people want more for their family pet and this is also true for cat boarding. A cattery must pass council regulations to get its license and it must pass the standards set out by the State Government called The Code Of Practice.for the Operation of Boarding Establishments.

Adopting A Rescue Animal

In the past we have adopted cats and dogs from Animal Shelters and it has been an amazing experience for us.  Our current rescues are a Staffy/Boxer who was surrendered after giving birth to puppies at the age of about 2 years old.  Her puppies were wanted but not her. 

Toxic Plants

It is true that cats depend mainly on meat for nourishment, but kittens like children are attracted to vegetation and could end up munching on plants you have around your home.

So before you buy that lovely new plant or bring a new fur member into the family, please do some research in what plants are toxic to cats.    A list of some plant species that are toxic to cats can be found on the RSPCA website.