Some imbeciles have taken to stealing our Cattery roadside signs, and attempting to steal the other one. This will not damage our business, quite the opposite as we gain more publicity. Once they are replaced YET AGAIN, if anyone sees
Sadly someone has stolen one of the direction signs from the side of the main road as you approach from Bigby. They attempted to steal the one on our lane too, but must have been disturbed. Any information would be
Demand has outstripped supply again, and we are sadly having to turn people and their cats away. Please don’t leave your bookings till the last minute, especially during busy times as you may not find we have any spaces.
We now have a great helper in Richard from YDIY, who is making the Cattery look as new by refurbishing it and landscaping the grounds. Even the Pond is getting a makeover! Looking great already.
We now have a wonderful helper working with us. Jenni, is our new Cattery Assistant, and runs the Cattery for us when we can’t be there, she loves cats and is very hard working! Welcome Jenni!
Exciting news that we are now in a position to take on part time staff in order to be able to keep up the standards that we would like during the busy times. The Cattery is getting busier than ever
We recorded the highest attendancy rate last year since opening, and want to thank all our customers for their support and flexibility during the busiest times! 2015 sees the start of hopefully another busy year!
We are extremely happy to report that the 3 of us succeeded in the Everest Challenge and managed to ski the full height of Mount Everest. It was extremely hard, but well worth the effort since we managed to raise
Broadlands Cattery Everest Challenge. On the Thursday 6th February, 2014 Jill, David & Daisy, are going to attempt to undertake the Everest Challenge in just one day, by all skiing the vertical height of 8840m, (29,029ft). We are undertaking
Having raised over £400 for charity in 2012, thanks to the generosity of friends, family and many wonderful Cat owners, Jill has decided to fundraise for the “4Cancer” charity group. Having lost her mother to Cancer in 2008, and then