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Cozy Paws Cattery

Honley, England

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Cozy Paws Cattery is family run boarding cattery situated in the picturesque rural hamlet of Oldfield, just outside the village of Honley, near Holmfirth.

The cattery has been designed and constructed to the highest standards using guidelines issued by the International Cat Care Organisation (previously the Feline Advisory Bureau). Set in a rural garden setting with spectacular far reaching views to Castle Hill and beyond, all efforts have been made by the owners to endure that the facilities are both comfortable and stimulating to allow for maximum enjoyment for the cat whilst boarding at the cattery.

The cattery is run by a small friendly team of staff who are professional and caring and who's main aim is to ensure that every cat boarded with them is happy and healthy, has had a comfortable and stress- free time at the cattery and hopefully will love to come back!

The owners, Susan and Josh, welcome you to come along and visit the cattery to meet them and inspect the facilities. Just give them a call and they will be more than happy to oblige.
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