Happy Cats Cat Sitting
Welcome to Happy Cats Cat Sitting: your local cat care service dedicated to the welfare of your cat while you are away from home.
The company is based in Tunbridge Wells and offers:
Why choose Happy Cats ?
Cats are territorial animals and are happiest in their own environment: our cat care service avoids the stress of a trip to the cattery and a stay in strange place. We are there not just to feed your cat and change its cat litter but to spend quality time with your cat, playing with it and giving it love and affection in your absence.
Happy Cats was founded in August 2007 and at the time of writing (September 2013) we now have over 150 (human) active clients and have completed more than 1500 bookings. We are obviously doing something right and our clients agree: they have all given us positive feedback and have indicated that they will use us again (as many of them already have).
You can read just some of their comments by clicking on our Post Review section
or tel.: 01892 557400 - 07506 721866
to make a booking or to arrange a FREE introductory visit to discuss your cats needs?
You will be pleasantly surprised at how reasonable our prices are!
Happy Cats Latest!
THE GOOD NEWS:
Great news, everybody! Mr. Happy Cats (aka hubby Roy) has retired from teaching Classics and will now be helping Helen far more with the job of making the cats of Tunbridge Wells happy! He has helped out in the past and has proved very popular amongst our female feline clientele :) Here he is with our beloved Tonk, Chanel
THE SAD NEWS:
As many of you know, in June 2013 Helen and Roy became the proud adopted parents of Chanel, a 17 1/2 year old Tonkinese. An ex-client, she knew Helen and Roy well and quickly settled in! She is a joy: full of personality and affection. It was thus a huge shock when Helen returned from cat sitting in the middle of August to find that Chanel had suddenly become blind. Yet she is a cat of great character and has adapted to her predicament : she just needs (and gets!) a few more cuddles each day and it's given Helen the chance to de-clutter the house so that Chanel can find her way around!
THE MAYBE HOPEFUL NEWS?:
Chanel has become blind because her retinas have detached due to high blood pressure. Hypertension is not just the "silent killer" amongst humans, but also amongst cats :( She is under the excellent care of Duncan Mitchell at Culverden Veterinary Group in Tunbridge Wells and there is a very, very faint chance that her retinas may eventually reattach with the correct medication. She is dutifully taking her pill each day and Helen asks you to send positive thoughts Chanel's way: thank you in advance!