Communal Cattery:

Our philosophy is that your loved cat feels as close to home as possible during their stay. That is why we prefer an open communal cattery, rather than individual “lock up” cages, this allows them to roam freely, while avoiding being locked up in separate cages. Our spacious cattery allows your cat to choose whether to play with other cats, graze on the food options available, or find their own special place to curl up, whether that is the sofa, a tunnel, in the sun, or up in the rafters.


Individual Cages Available:

We also have an option of individual cages for those cats that have particular medical or dietary requirements or are a bit shy/uncomfortable. If we feel that the cat needs more time to familiarise themselves with the environment, they can have a comfy and cosy area all to themselves. After a day or two in their own space, the cats generally are comfortable enough to explore the rest of the cattery and join the communal area.


Countless beds, boxes, toys, ladders, and tunnels are available throughout the cattery for your cats to play with. They can entertain themselves all day long, playing with other cats and the toys, sunbathing in our sunny conservatory, or curling up close to the ceiling in the warmth. Our team members spend a lot of one-on-one time with the cats, this is excellent for the cats which love a brush.



Water and food is freely available 24 hours a day for grazing.

Over & Above Checks:

One of the main concerns with a communal cattery is that sometimes it can be difficult to tell if each cat is eating properly or is not well. We have solved this through implementing our “over and above” checks. The animals are individually checked and weighed, to ensure we can quickly identify if your cat is not eating properly or if there is a health problem. Total peace of mind.

Please note that all cats must have an annual vaccination to stay in the cattery.

Click here to view our Vaccination Policy.