Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel offers kitties the equivalent of five-star accommodations, including an “a la cat” menu served on bone china and “relaxing paw massages” from veterinarian-trained staff members.
Each Longcroft location houses up to 14 cats in six air-conditioned and sound-proofed double bedrooms whic inlclude private play areas. They get all this service for the low cost of $23 to $30 per day. Sounds like a great cat getaway to be pampurred.
Longcroft founder Abi Purser — who previously cared for horses on the British Equestrian Olympic Team — just opened the hotel chain’s fourth London location and an outlet in Wales, the first franchise outside of England, according to the Evening Standard. (The Wales location also gives each cat a sea view.)
Purser also revealed she’s thinking about expanding her hotel empire to other countries and may even open a canine version: “Longcroft Dog Hotel might be on the horizon in the next five years.”
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