What will you do about your cat while you’re away? Unfortunately, the airline won’t allow you to bring Whiskers into the jet’s cabin for the flight. It’s not entirely unreasonable of them; someone on the flight is liable to have allergies. So, that still leaves you wondering what to do about your cat while you’re away?
You usually ask a friend to housesit when you go away. But, with the holiday, they aren’t going to be home either. Your brother could housesit, too, but do you really want to come home to a house that smells like cigars. Besides, Whiskers won’t like the smell of cigars either and your brother isn’t a cat person.
The neighbor raves about the kennel where he takes his dog. That’s all well and good but you don’t have a dog; Whiskers is a cat.
What if the kennel also boards cats when cat owners are away? Is that possible?
Actually, depending on the kennel, that is possible. And, if it’s a good kennel, you don’t have to worry that they’ll shove your cat in a cage and forget about her except to slide some food and water in once a day. That’s terrible. That’s not taking care of your cat.
Whiskers deserves more and a quality kennel that boards cats understands. A better kennel will offer the kind of Cat Hotel you’ll find, for instance, at Aldens Kennels. These are what you might call feline luxury accommodations. If you hold your cat’s kennel to the standards set by Aldens, Whiskers will be in very good hands.
Whiskers will have multi-story living and room to stretch his paws. She’ll have toys to play with and good food and fresh water. She’ll even have a flat-screen television with cat-friendly programming to watch.
Why shouldn’t a cat have accommodations that live up to her desires? Whiskers isn’t finicky; she’s discriminating. When you get back from your trip, Whiskers will thank you.