New Passage Cattery a Reputable Cattery in Pilning Bristol

New Passage Cattery a Reputable Cattery in Pilning Bristol


New Passage Cattery a Reputable Cattery in Pilning Bristol.

Let us care for your cat at our tranquil cattery in Pilning, just outside Bristol.

We will treat your cat as if it were our own in our high quality cattery.

10 minutes from Cribs Causeway, close to Bradley Stoke, Filton and Patchway.

Trusted.
We have been running our cattery for 30 years and have a trusted reputation in Bristol.

Facilities.
Our modern and spacious cattery includes top of the range facilities.

Your search for catteries ends right here.
New Passage Cattery is a small, well established cattery that has been running for 30 years in Bristol.

We are a family run business, and we pride ourselves on taking personal care of every cat in our charge.

We include food in the daily charge and stock most of the popular brands.

Felix, Whiskas, Gourmet Perle, Gourmet gold, Sheba, Hills Science Diet and Purina.

Owners are however required to bring their own food if it is normally sourced from a vet, or is not a stock item.

All medicines must be provided with explicit instructions on how to administer and frequency.

Ensuring happiness and health in our cat kennels in Bristol.

We ensure a happy and comfortable stay for every cat, we ask that all cats are up to date with vaccinations and carry no infectious diseases.

We also ask that all cats are flea free, so as to ensure the comfort and health of every cat who comes to us.

We regret that diabetic cats are not catered for.

Why us?
Tranquil location, High standards of care and hygiene, Spacious, individually heated kennels with runs, Large family cattery, Fully licensed, No dogs, Special dietary needs catered for.

Contact us for more information on our cat boarding facilities in Bristol.

Address:
Eighteen Eighty Six,
New Passage Rd,
Pilning,
Bristol,
BS35 4LZ.

Phone: 01454 632 456 or Mobile: 07748 857 040

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.catkennels.co.uk

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