Tag: cat townhouses

When You Donate to Animal Shelters, Where Does Your Money Go?

Animal Shelter volunteers taking care of animals

Our hearts break when we hear that defenseless animals have been abandoned or given up. We want to help in any way we can, whether volunteering at a shelter or writing out a quick check. Shelters rely on the kindness and compassion of humans to keep their animals safe and thriving. Supporting your local shelter… Read more »

Helpful Tips for Shelters to Keep Cats Happy and Healthy

Commercial Cat Housing for Animal Shelters

While animal shelters are life-saving resources for cats on the street or who have suddenly lost their home, making the adjustment can be stressful for our feline friends. As the owner or manager of a cat shelter, your job is not only to find your kitties a good home, but to also ensure their time… Read more »

Keep Cats Comfortable With the Right Kennel and Boarding Equipment

Because cats are territorial animals that typically don’t like to stray too far from home, a stay at a boarding facility or kennel can be a stressful experience for our feline companions. In some cases, the stress of being temporarily relocated can even aggravate chronic health conditions and have a negative impact on a cat’s… Read more »

Add Secure and Protected Space to Your Shelter

Sometimes, adding safe and secure space to board cats to a shelter or finding a place house them while they stay with your veterinary practice can be difficult, especially if you’re working in an already confined area with not a lot of room to build new cages or rooms. Fortunately, our townhouses are a unique… Read more »

Tight Squeeze: Why Cats Love Tight Spaces

Naturally you might think that your cat needs space to run around and play. This might even cause you to choose a pet sitter over boarding your kitty. But the truth is they love tight spaces. You may notice them practicing the motto “If I fits, I sits” as they squeeze themselves into a cardboard… Read more »

What to Know About Boarding Your Cat

Finally this long winter is coming to an end and warmer weather is in sight. Soon enough it’ll be time to get a little R&R and take a vacation for a couple or few days.  Some cats might be ok overnight but past that you’ll have to consider possible boarding them while you’re away. Before… Read more »