Public Restrooms are located a block from our house.
McDonalds at Hwy N and Hwy 19
Mobil Gas Station at Hwy N and Hwy 19
Visits are by appointment for new parents who have deposited on a kitten when time permits,
and more frequently to meet a retired adult who is available.
Please send me your veterinary reference along with your address of residence, prior to visit.
There are just a few simple things to remember when you are invited into any home that is a multi-cat environment. We strive to keep a happy balance within our home. Balanced multicat environments do not just happen, they are created by much love, time, patience, effort, and respect.
Cats in a multi-environment are much different than a single cat. The more cats in the environmment , the higher the propensity for stress. Intact cats are driven by an entirely different set of principles than neuters and spays.
***Feline husbandry is a science***
Visiting no more than one cattery per day is recommended. This lessens disease transfer.
Be prepared to remove shoes and cleanse hands prior to touching cats.
All children should be supervised by parents at all times
Please, we do not "hand play" with our cats. Our cats, are handled gently and respectfully. Our touch is intended to reassure trust and give comfort. Your touch should be the same. Please use toys/teasers provided.
All children should have been taught prior to visiting, simple cat etiquette.
Offer the cat the backside of your hand for his approval. Head, neck, and ears scratched please.;-)
Offer a shy cat your side rather than frontal position
All personalities are different
No running or chasing within the house.
Ask permission before picking up any cat.
Never startle a sleeping cat
Your actions today could set precedence for the rest of the cat's life. Cats long remember threatening encounters. Be respectful!
sound simple?....... perhaps as though one shouldn't have to be asked or told? You would be surprised!
Recommended reading for a seasoned as well as prospective cat guardian is Cat VS Cat, written by feline behaviorist Pam Johnson-Bennett. Award winning author of Think Like a Cat.
We reserve the right to refuse placement of any cat or kitten at any time.