Find The Right Cat Daycare In Everett

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byAlma Abell

It should go without saying that when it comes to boarding pets, cats have different needs than dogs. As a result, it’s important to find a Cat Daycare in Everett that is specifically tailored to those needs. Not all pet boarding facilities give adequate attention to the specific needs of their feline guests. Below are a few red flags to look out for when evaluating a facility that can help cat owners avoid leaving their pets at the wrong facility.

Cats Boarded With or Close to Dogs


There are reasons for the ages old axiom “fighting like cats and dogs.” The two species do not get along. Even if they are in separate crates or quarters, if cats are quartered nearby where they can easily be terrorized by large and cat-aggressive dogs, it’s bad news. Find someplace that has a dedicated cattery where they will be with other friendly felines and away from the potential terrors of any size of dogs.

Not Enough Space

Cats are independent creatures that require space to themselves. They should be privately boarded at night if they will be kept overnight, and be provided with entertainment during the daytime such as cat trees and toys. Aggressive cats should be kept away from other animals, and the safety and comfort of all feline friends should be accommodated. Each cat should have access to his or her own litter box as well. Rows of cages, shared litter boxes or completely communal space at night are bad signs.

Inadequate Light or Temperature Control

House cats in particular are used to a little bit of luxury. They will certainly not be happy without natural sunlight and consistent temperature. Don’t allow cats to be boarded outside, and ensure that all rooms they are kept in have adequate lighting. Otherwise, look elsewhere.

Looking for a Cat Daycare in Everett for daily or long-term boarding? Canine Country Club And Cattery Inc has dedicated space for feline friends away from dogs where they can enjoy the luxuries of home while their owners are away. Comfort and safety are priorities, and owners can even leave their cats’ favorite food to avoid disrupting their meal-time routines.