Chapel Hill Boarding Kennel | Pet Boarding & Grooming Chapel Hill, NC Country Inn Kennel and Cattery

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2088 Elkins Lane, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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Finding the Right Cat Boarding Services for Your Cats

There are certain situations when you cannot help but leave without your cat. These include long-distance trips, business-related travel, hospital stays, and going to places where pets may not be allowed. Rather than worrying who to leave your feline with, consider finding the right cat boarding services, which you can trust to look after your kitty and ensure a safe and secure environment for her. Finding a cat kennel can be challenging, especially if this is your first time doing so, but here are some tips to make the process easier for you:

  • Choose one within easy reach of your home – Choose cat boarding services that you can easily drive or commute to. That way, the trip to and from the facility will not be stressful to your cat, and you can easily pick her up on your way home when you come back from your trip.
  • Get to know the facility – Cat boarding facilities should provide a clean and comfortable place for your cat in a safe, caring, and fun environment. Reputable cat boarding homes offer competitive overnight boarding rates. If you own two cats, they can share the same suite, which is 3 x 3 x 4 feet, suitable for felines, and guaranteed clean. You have the option to let the staff play with your cats, too. Make sure that the boarding home has temperature-controlled areas.

  • Compare two cat boarding services – Find at least two different service providers and compare the quality of their facilities and the costs. Before you choose the cheapest service, make sure that it is indeed a dependable and safe place for your cat.

  • Find out who runs the place – Prefer cat boarding services that are family run and operated, with a dedicated staff who loves cats, too. That way, you can be sure that they will personally care for your feline, give it the attention it deserves, and keep it secure at all times.