Facilities you should look for when looking for cattery for your cats

 

Looking for a Cattery in Auckland which you can trust when it comes to taking care of your cat? Maybe someone who will treat your cat like their own and will provide all its necessities, just like how it is at your home? Then look no further, for you have stumbled upon the right place. Wondering which facilities to look for, we can help:

Facilities to look for:

  • There should be warm, heated, cabins (single or double pens) to ensure that your cat is snug in its bed and doesn’t feel the cold or any outside effects. You should be allowed to bring its favourite blanket or toy as well so that it can get settled in better. Catnip and cat grass are should be available in the play areas outside.
  • Every cat should be provided with a sanitized litter tray which should be kept within their pen. The cats should have an access to the communal litter trays which are kept in the outdoor play areas.
  • Soft and soothing music ambiance should be maintained during all times of the day.
  • The staff should keep an eye on your cat during all times, but we will monitor it more when it will be going out in the play yard to socialize and play with the other cats. This is to ensure that it as well as the other cats remain

 

  • The cats should be provided with food as per your cat’s eating habits. The food should consist of a mix of various biscuits and kibbles or the way your cats like. The place should have a range of tinned cat food which is stored. Your cat should be given food according to your preferences, there should also be someone to keep in check if there are any specific medical diets to be followed.

 

  • The staff should be trained, experienced and equipped to handle all matters related to cats, no matter how unique.

General requirements for most of the cattery

  • Many catteries will ask for diet, medical or such which will have to be provided by you or the difference in cost will have to be born by you.

 

  • Medication will be provided if necessary, but it will depend on the ease of application so please do expect a surcharge.
  • Your cat must have proof of current vaccination certificate (within the last one month). This is to ensure that the cat has adequate protection. Kittens under a year must have all their vaccinations up-to-date
  • Your cat must be de-sexed if it is over six months old. It should also be wormed at least every three months, but catteries may recommend deworming it prior to boarding. Also, ensure that it doesn’t have fleas.
  • Please do keep in mind that if your cat appears sick or off colour prior to boarding then it will not be taken into care.

So, if you are on the hunt for a cattery which knows all the ins and outs of looking after a cat and is willing to cooperate with you to work out a way, try searching the internet and these facilities should be kept in mind.