Luxury cat hotels are now available for your fur babies! Dogs aren’t the only pets in need of some pampering. More and more pet owners, especially the cat loving bunch, love spoiling their babies with kitty massages, gourmet treats and a lot of affection. Know more about these luxury cat hotels from The Guardian below.
Let Your Fur Baby Lounge At Luxury Cat Hotels
How much do we love our pets? The answer, it seems, can be measured in the billions of pounds we’re prepared to spend on them. British pet owners are no longer content to chuck the occasional dog biscuit in the general direction of their resident mutt, but are dropping increasingly vast amounts of cash on luxury pet products and services. These range from cat hotels we’d be happy to check into ourselves, to gourmet birthday treats and dog massages, and even, for the busy pet-owner, automatic ball throwers that will amuse Fido while you’re out – though there’s no guarantee as to what state your home will be in on your return.
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More Pet Owners Spoil Their Pets
In 2016, 13 million pet owners spent an average of around $25,000 to keep their furry friends pampered and satisfied. Total Money further pointed out that 25% of working individuals in the UK take days off just to spend time with their pets. At the same time, multi-star hotels go out of their way to provide the best pet amenities for their guests.
— S naimi (@S9elham) June 22, 2017
That’s exactly why more and more luxury cat hotels, pet spas, and high-end doggy day cares have been cropping up all over the world. They’re so extravagant that even people would love to stay in them!
Pet Comfort and Luxury
Luxury cat hotel Longcroft has seen a boost in revenues since its opening in 2010. All 14 franchises of the chain offer each feline guest their own room and play area for up to $22 a night.
— Petcha (@PetchaNetwork) March 14, 2017
You think humans are the only ones entitled to 5-star comfort? This luxury cat hotel in Malaysia will blow your mind.
When it comes to family members, people go out of their way to provide comfort and relaxation. Since pets are considered part of the family already, it’s no wonder owners go out of their way and spend huge amounts of cash to pamper them. Will you bring your fur baby to these luxury cat hotels? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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