Hello, our names are Sue Clayton and Sarah Hannant, and we run Highfield Cat Hotel in Ibstock, Leicestershire. We are local to Coalville, Ellistown, Barlestone, Heather and Ashby-de-la-Zouch although we enjoy custom from other counties, near and far.
We are fully licensed by North West Leicestershire District Council (Licence No AB3/2018); thorough inspections are carried out annually.
All the units meet the Feline Advisory Bureau guidelines, and have been improved over the years to maintain the high standards. Our chalets are very spacious and airy, warm, clean and secure; all have natural light and access to their own generous outside area attached to their chalet. Only cats from the same household are allowed to share; your cat will never come into contact with another that he/she does not already live with. We do not board dogs so your cat will not be disturbed by excited canines.
Our guests are constantly monitored throughout the day and evening, and given treats (when allowed) and cuddles (when wanted). We understand that your cat is an important member of your family and every one of our furry guests is treated like the Very Important Pet that he/she is. Our guests are entertained by both staff and wildlife activity, or allowed to snooze the day away…..this is their holiday as well as yours!
Medications (tablets, injections, creams) are administered as per your/your vet’s instructions; for safety reasons all medication should be in its original prescribed container.
We have been closely involved with animals all our lives and have many years of experience in animal care, especially with our feline friends. The welfare and happiness of cats is immensely important to us. We have cooked, cleaned, cared for, and loved (and been bossed around by) many cats over the years through good and bad health.
We have a small, experienced and dedicated team of caring and compassionate staff who are always on hand to offer the best of care and attention for our residents.
Do you have room in your house for another companion?