Kennels and catteries are so last year – instead, it’s palaces with spa facilities, and high-end hotels with outdoor balconies where owners are keeping their pampered pets.Luxury accommodation for cats and dogs is the latest trend for holidaymakers who don’t want to feel as though their fluffy friends are missing out while they are away.
And, at up to £60 a night, it’s only for owners with deep pockets.
A la carte cat food served on fine china at Ings
London-themed room at Balneath Wood Boutique
The five-star venues offer a range of facilities – from gourmet meals, and pampering services, to four-poster beds, candlelit meals, and 42-inch TVs displaying fish swimming and birds chirping.
The Ings Luxury Cat Hotel, in Yorkshire, has been overwhelmed with enquiries and is now booked up until 2015.
From The Daily Mail
Think you’ve got the cutest cat in town? Check this cute kitty below.
Don’t forget your cat when you’re renovating. ViralNova gives us this great story about a German company Goldtatze.de that makes fantastical “cat heavens” for cats here on earth. Everyone has a granite counter top but a cat heaven that’s too cool for kitty school!
The German company specializes in making very attractive kitty towers and walkways.
It all started when craftsman and designer Stefan Hofman decided to make some walkways for his cat, Mowgli. The kitty needed some extra space to climb in the apartment.
And this was the epic result.
Most of Gold Paw’s products focus on suspension bridges, climbing/scratching poles and kitty condos that are suspended from the ceiling.
Cats could go an entire day without ever actually setting foot on the ground.
If you thought your cat liked sitting on a bookshelf or on top of the furniture, then just imagine what it would do if it had access to its own wall-mounted heaven.
These pieces seem to be custom designed (and built/shipped from the EU) so it would cost a pretty penny to get one for your American feline.
Although, if your young and spritely cats love climbing, it would be totally worth the cost.
Because then you could fill your Instagram feed with stuff like this.