Do you ever get the feeling that your cat is lonely when you’re gone? You return home from work or the store and your cat comes out of hiding to rub against your leg purring while offering other subtle clues that she wants more attention. It’s not the needy behavior of some dogs who wear their emotions on their paws but cats miss their people, too.
Now, imagine how lonely the cat will get when you go on vacation for a week or two. Sure, a friend, neighbor or family member will stop by at least once a day to fill the food and water bowls. Hopefully, they’ll even clean the litter box. Still, for your cat, that’s not the same as having the family at home.
Your cat knows you – the way you walk and talk, the way you know how to scratch that spot on his back substitutes maddeningly seem unable to find. Short of taking your cat with on vacation, which offers problems of its own considering modes of transportation and accommodations, there is a solution. You can send your cat on a vacation, too.
“Maybe you can’t take your cat with when you go on vacation,” said Al Domrase, owner of Aldens Kennels. “But, that doesn’t mean your cat can’t have a vacation, too.”
The Kitty Condo at Aldens Kennels, Ringwood, is an ideal spot for a cat to relax while you’re away. Amenities include 3-story penthouses, kitten-approved toys, special treats, hammocks and privacy potties.
Cats staying at Aldens enjoy televised feline favorites. Some cats spend hours watching the fish swim in the paw-safe aquarium. You cat will also have a change to get to know some other cats, assuming they get on well together.
Aldens is committed to providing more than mere accommodations for its guests. Aldens provides care and compassion and a good mix of fun, as well. Cats agree, Aldens is a great place to stay.
For more information, call 815-728-0559 or visit: www.http://aldenskennels.com/rally_dog_training.