Charge per day – from 01/10/2016

ONE CAT – £11

Pet Taxi Charges

We regret that we no longer provide this service.

Grooming Charges (grooming service only available to cats when boarding))
Regular Groom (little or no matts or tangles) – Short Coat: £12 Long Coat – £20
Extensive Groom (matted / tangled coat) – £20-40 (depending on work needed, ask for a quote)
Claws clipped only – £5

Note 1 – The days of arrival and collection are charged for.
Note 2 – Only cats from the same family may share.
Note 3 – Bank holidays, except Good Friday, are charged at twice the standard rate

Opening Times  (for boarding arrivals and departures)

Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri:                          09.00am – 1.00pm (2.00pm – 5.00pm by appointment)

Weds:                                                                               By appointment

Saturday:                                           10.00am – 1.00pm (2.00pm – 4.00pm by appointment)

Sunday:                                              10.00am – 12.30pm ONLY


Grooming, viewing, visiting etc by appointment only.

Please respect our opening times

Looking to adopt a Cat?

img2-5The animal rescue group“Rescued Animals In Need”(RAIN) always have cats and (often) kittens looking for good homes – take a look at their website. We board some cats and kittens for the charity so if you are interested in adopting then get in touch with RAIN and then you can make an appointment to come and see them.

As you may notice on the RAIN website, the majority of the cats currently looking for homes are black or black and white. This is partly because they are more common and partly because they often  lose out on a home to the “pretty” cats such as gingers or tabbies.  It is sad for us to see cats with such lovely personalities losing out simply because of their colour so please do consider them.  In fact, there are at least five very good reasons to do so :

5.    You will save ££s on their Halloween costumes.
4.    You can always find them in the snow.
3.    Holding a black cat is very slimming.
2.    A black cat is warmer on your lap.

But the number one reason to adopt a black cat is….

  1.    They are the least likely to be offered a home.