The Luxury Hotel for Cats Has Opened Its Gates In Yorkshire
There is a luxury hotel for cats where you can leave your furry friends to enjoy the luxury while you are out of town.
That’s a bit unusual because we are used to see hotels for people mostly. But that doesn’t mean our furry friends shouldn’t be treated like royals.
This comes after lots of cat owners complained that they don’t have where to leave their pets when they are leaving for holidays. So, this luxury hotel has opened just in time.
It’s true, it isn’t the only one in the world, but it sure is one of the most luxurious.
When you decide to go take a holiday and you have no place to leave your cat, at least you can take the cat to a luxurious hotel.
Where is located exactly?
The ultimate escape for cats that never have a moment of rest is located in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and has everything.
What are their best features?
The luxury hotel is the place where cats receive messages, bedtime stories and à la carte food. Called Ings Luxury Cat Hotel, is the place where cats can watch TV showing virtual fish and bird scene.
You worried that your cat won’t be treated well? Just imagine how you’ll feel sitting all day on your belly and getting a lot of massages. And food, let’s not forget about food.
Whether you decide to go in a unplanned holiday or not, think about this: does your cat need a break from the trials and tribulations of the feline life? If yes, then you should really take it to this hotel.
Because the hotel offers a life of luxury during your pets stay and has everything from iPads to four-poster beds and even a spa treatments.
Who came up with this magnificent idea?
Well, it’s created by a cat lover for sure. Jo Ounsley, 43, is the mind behind the brilliant luxury cat hotel.
‘It’s the perfect place for a cat to come, although some people might think it’s a little bit extravagant. ‘We just want them to be constantly entertained and stimulated, and that really leads to a happy cat.’
How much it will cost you to leave your cat here?
The hotel includes 11 themed suites costing £15 a night, all individually designed to keep felines amused.
The larger Woodland Wing is the most expensive to book, at £40 a night. There they will have massages and stories read to them in front of virtual log fires.
You will be updated on the progress of your precious pet when you are not around via emails and postcards.
Ms Ounsley, who will run the cat hotel with her 12-year-old daughter, has spent months visiting catteries, vets and experts in preparation for the opening.
‘It’s not for higher class cats at all,’ she added. ‘It’s for people who just want the confidence in knowing that when they go away on holiday, their pet will have a better break than they will.
‘They will be pampered, enjoy coming and probably not want to go home.’
Would you take your pet to this luxury hotel? If you don’t like this hotel, check out this article with other amazing hotels for your pets.