• Customer Comments

    To: Tracy & Pete, Thank you so much! Thank you for looking after Tigger for us for all these weeks. We missed him lots and appreciate all you have done for him.
    Sha & Tigger
  • Cat Carriers

     

    When bringing your cat to Poynings Cat Boarding Hotel, they will need to be brought in a secure cat carrier. This is to ensure their safety and security during this transition process. The RSPCA have written a guide on how to introduce and familiarise your cat to a new cat carrier. To see more follow this link http://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/cats/environment.

    We personally find that cardboard carriers are not very strong and recommend a more stable plastic variety. It is important to ensure that your cat is happy in their carrier and feels safe, using the tips provided by the RSPCA can help you with this.

    At Poynings Cat Boarding Hotel we can lend you a carrier to transport your cat and are always happy to discuss ways in which to ease the journey for your cat. Why not give us a ring on 01273 857539 to discuss your cat boarding needs.

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    110312-F-NW653-166 cat in cage” by U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel Morse – This Image was released by the United States Air Force with the ID 110312-F-NW653-166
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