Pet Friendly Accomodation

Are you going on a holiday and want to take your cat along?

If your cat is not stressed by travelling in a vehicle then one option is to take your cat along with you, but, most accomodation places do not entertain cats.  

If you are thinking about taking your cat or dog with you one important aspect of your holiday is to make sure you plan your trip carefully so that you find pet friendly places to stay beforehand.

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If you are a cat lover especially, one big problem that you might have to face is finding places, even pet friendly ones that will accept them..  

Not every hotel or caravan park is pet-friendly especially when it comes to cats, and even those that are, usually have different criteria for what they'll accept. When it comes to hotels and cats, make sure you do your proper research first.

Never go along hoping for the best or you could find yourself in a spot of difficulty finding a place to stay. 


For many people it’s just not a holiday without the whole family, including the four-legged members.

Fortunately there is a growing range of pet friendly accommodation available in popular tourist destinations and assistance is available to help you identify the best option for your family.  


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Cat Travel Tips.

Whether you are travelling a short distance or a long distance there are a few things you need to do while travelling with your pet.

When you’re planning a trip with your pet, regardless of the distance you’re travelling you’ll want to ensure its health, safety and comfort.  

Find out first if your cat is comfortable with travelling because many cats get stressed with being stuck in a vehicle.  

Begin by first considering its needs and then consider all the options that are available to you. 

Even though you might miss him/her, if your cat is stressed out when you’re travelling then it might be a better idea to have it minded, there are many excellent catteries that provide excellent accommodation for our feline friends as well vets who quite often provide good facilities as well. 

If you are taking your cat travelling, you need to make sure that your he/she is secure.

You can do this by making sure that the animal is in a cat cage while it’s in your vehicle and remember to buckle your cat’s cage in, anytime the vehicle is moving. 

Make sure they have plenty of fresh air and they are fed and hydrated during the trip.  

If you follow these tips you can ensure the safety of the pet as well as its health and comfort while you are travelling. 

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