About Kitty’s Cattery
Kitty’s Cattery overlooks 7 acres of beautiful countryside just outside Worcester. All our chalets face South / East which means they enjoy the best of the sunshine. Our gardens are visited daily by wild birds, deer and rabbits which also help to stimulate our residents.
We have 18 spacious and luxurious UPVC and wooden chalets, each chalet can accommodate 2 large cats. However, we can accommodate up to 4 cats from the same household in our family units by combining adjoining chalets.
All our chalets have been built to the highest standards and to Fab and Licencing specifications offering plenty of room for play and rest. They have full height insulated and heated bedrooms which are thermostatically controlled, not to mention window seats so that all the cats holidaying with us can bask in the sunshine and enjoy the wildlife.
We also provide good quality beds and vet bedding, together with plenty of toys and scratch posts to amuse and entertain your kitty during it’s stay. Owners are welcome to bring any bedding, toys and accessories if it will help your kitty settle in.
Our menu caters for all tastes using a range of top quality wet and dry food which is prepared in our purpose built cattery kitchen.
Special or prescribed diets can be fed by arrangement, whilst fresh fish/meat can be provided but at an additional charge.
Take a look inside our luxury cattery chalets…
I would like this opportunity to tell you a bit about us at Kitty’s Cattery…
Planning, building and opening Kitty’s Cattery has been a life-changing experience. Although I have lived with cats all of my life, I have always wanted to work with them, so opening a cattery has made my dream come true.
I live with my husband John and our 2 adopted cats. Please allow me to introduce them…
“Kitty La La” was a sweet black and white cat who turned up one day when she was only a kitten. She was the founding member of the cattery. Unfortunately she became very poorly and we had to say goodbye. She will always be remembered and dearly missed.
“Tiggy” is more like a dog than a cat and enjoys life on her terms! She’s very vocal, loves water and climbing trees and she is the clumsiest cat we’ve ever known! We adopted her from a friend due to job committments.
Our latest family addition is “Charley Farley Fat Face” who was abandoned just before Christmas (can you believe it?). My husband is pleased that there’s another male in the house! It also goes without saying that he gets on really well with Tiggy!