Why Choose The MeowMANOR?
Leaving your cat behind when you travel can be a very rewarding experience for both you and your purr-baby! We aim to give you a stress-free travel experience.
Things to ask, wherever you choose to take your kitty ...
Where to take your cat while you're away:
Boarding should be the main service of the facility you choose or should be a specialized area with specifically designated staff.
What's the typical day for your cat?
Be sure to tour the resort or kennel, knowing where your cat will be while you are away. Be a part of showing your cat the space they will be occupying & setting up their room the way you want & feel comfortable with. Are the locations your cat will spend time in clean and away from the hustle and bustle of any other activites in the building? Make sure your cat will have consistent quarters throughout the stay.
Who will be with your cat?
Will someone spend individual time, play with or cuddle your cat during the day? How long will your cat receive one-on-one time? Ask if it will it be the same every day. How will you be able to make contact to get regular updates and pictures of your kitty while you are gone?
What kind of room will your cat be in during their stay?
Ask to see the accommodations your cat will be staying in. Be sure your kitty can stretch out. Food and litter boxes should be kept separately. Your kitty does not want to sleep or eat next to a litter box.
What is the experience of caregivers?
How long has the facility's boarding specialist been working with cats? Does this person have other duties that will distract them from diligently caring for cats on vacation? Find out who the boarding specialist is and ask to speak directly with that person and discuss the individual needs of your cat. Discuss the schedule of the boarding specialist and how you will receive routine updates/pictures of your cat.
What can you bring?
Items from home are very important to your cat while he/she is vacationing. Can you bring your own bed and toys? Items with familiar scents on them can be very soothing to your cat. Be sure that your cat will be allowed to have these items during the stay and that the cage is big enough to accomodate necessary items. Remember to see and set up your cat's private quarters.
We also offer you the very best compared to any resort, kennel or vet can offer to you:
We do not allow our guests to remain caged all day ...
We allow our cat-guests to safely roam the resort ...
We offer Free Webcams for every guest ...
We offer chances for Free Boarding ...
We offer Military Discounts ...
And so much more!!!