The natural choice for cat boarding in Central Scotland
Pet Industry Federation Member 2017-18
At Rosegreen 4 Cats we have created a calm and tranquil environment to ensure our cat guests can enjoy their stay.
The Security and safety of our guests is of paramount importance to us. We have CCTV recording 24/7.
In the unfortunate event that a guest becomes ill whilst staying with us we have access to local vets Albavet
One fine body...
Microchipping from £15.00
Cats Nails Clipped from only £9.00
Choosing the right cattery for cat boarding in Central Scotland can be a tricky decision... We understand how much our clients' cats mean to them - and for this reason we have developed a truly outstanding facility.
As one of the leading International Cat Care Listed catteries, Rosegreen 4 Cats strives to provide the best in luxury cat accommodation. With 32 dedicated holiday lodges including 6 Family lodges, our Dunfermline cattery has developed a great reputation
The Annual Pet Industry Awards celebrate the endeavour and dedication of outstanding individuals and businesses in the pet industry. Cattery Owner Mark was thrilled to be the first Scottish boarding cattery to reach the finals of the UK Animal Boarding Establishment of the Year awards
" My cat stripes loves it. Shes gets as much care and attention at the cattery as she does at home." .Suesan
"it was so reassuring that the cattery has such qualified staff ".Helen
My cat sooty has been to stay a few times now and will be back next year excellent service and know he is being looked after 100%Lisa
"what can I say other than fantastic service and the whole team really looked after Tiny"Jim
" If I was a cat I would want to stay at Rosegreen.Jane
Rosegreen 4 Cats - Loyalty Scheme. "Its The Cats Whiskers" Rewarding Clients and their kitties with off peak discounts and more. Coming soon in 2017
For all cats, including those entering a cattery, it is
essential that they have received vaccines for the ‘core’
infectious agents — these are:
Feline panleucopenia virus (FPV)
Feline herpesvirus (FHV), and
Feline calicivirus (FCV)
To help cat owners on what to consider when choosing a pet insurance policy, ICC has produced a general guide to cat insurance, which outlines what to look for in an insurance policy to make an informed decision on which product to choose.
Many people become anxious at the thought of leaving their beloved cat in someone else’s care while they are away, some to the extent that they feel quite unable to go on holiday, even for a couple of days. But there are excellent boarding catteries available. Question is, how do you gauge the quality?