Cat Boarding in Blythe Bridge

Cat Boarding in Blyth BridgeIf your cat needs cat boarding in Blythe Bridge because you are going on holiday, then you need to find a company that doesn’t just have experience in looking after cats but is also passionate about their work. All health and dietary specifications should be taken into concern by the boarding company you send your cat to, along with any other necessary requirements that you may have for your cat. The facilities that your cat is to use to sleep, play and temporarily live in should be clean and well-built for comfort and safety. All breeds and personalities of cats should be accommodated for.

Blakeley Farm is an excellent place to send your cat. In Blythe Bridge, cat boarding should be your choice, rather than a friend or neighbour coming in twice a day to feed your cat. The latter allows for things to go wrong. If your cat is the friendly and lovable type, it will need attention and love. Our staff at Blakeley Farm can give your cat the attention it needs and deserves while you are away. We love to care for animals and will be more than happy to have your cat stay with us. Here, your cat will be well fed and looked after. Our luxury cat-pens will ensure comfort in a safe environment at all times. We won’t have a problem looking after any cat with a medical condition as we do administer medication at our facilities and will make sure that your cat gets the medicine when it should.

Contact Blakeley Farm for more information on cat boarding in Blythe Bridge. You are welcome to inspect our facilities and tour the place your cat will be staying at. If you don’t have time to drop your cat off before you leave, we do offer local collections and we can also deliver your cat to you once you have arrived home again. Our team aims to provide a home away from home for your cat. Your cat will feel right at home, but at the same time, it will feel like a pet vacation as your cat will be pampered and loved by our staff members in a luxurious get-away.

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