Can You Believe this Exclusive Cat Hotel?

Can You Believe this Exclusive Cat Hotel?

Everyone deserves a vacation and according to this Malaysian company - so do cats. 

Malaysia has opened the "world's first" five-star hotel for cats called Catzonia. The 35-room hotel operated by feline-loving staff is similar to a hotel that humans would frequent. Amongst the numerous amenities, the hotel features a spa, grooming services, temperature controlled rooms and a "dating service" for female cats. 

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The hotel has numerous styles of rooms available for your little furry friend. If you want to give your cat a VIP experience while you are away, you can book them into the VVIC (Very Very Important Cat) room which is the hotel's most luxurious offering. The room can host 10 adult cats or one mother and her kittens. There are three "king"-sized beds, a mini playground, and a separate toilet. 

 
 

If the VVIP room is booked, your feline friend can book into one of the other rooms which can accommodate between three and seven cats, come with either a “queen”, “double” or “single” bed and up to three feeding and cleaning sessions per day. According to Telegraph, some have a shower facility and, weirdly, Wi-Fi, while all rooms come with air-conditioning. All rooms also allow owners to monitor their pets 24 hours a day by using a phone app. 

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While lounging around is undoubtedly a cats favourite activity, they can take a trip to the "playground" or can also indulge in a variety of grooming options including a "medicated grooming" service that uses a shampoo that will eliminate fleas from the cat and cure cats' skin. 

 If you're interested in giving your cat a vacation, a one night stay is approximately $8 (CDN). You can leave your cat at the hotel for a stay as short as one night to as long as one year. 


Sources: Telegraph & Catzonia

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