Some people will prefer a pet sitter, a friend, a family member, or a professional to come into your home and make sure your cats are doing OK, spending quality time with them. Others might prefer a boarding cattery.
In their own words, every family member, whether “furry, feathery or scaly,” is welcomed at no extra charge, no matter their size. The group has 78 boutique hotels, 63 of which are in the US. Cats are even greeted by name when you arrive.
You don’t always want to splash out on a luxury hotel, and a Red Roof Inn offers excellent value accommodation for you and your cat. There’s no charge for pets, but you’re only allowed one in your room (additional pets may be permitted at the manager’s discretion).
If you want a boutique experience, a Provenance Hotel might be your style. There aren’t as many to choose from – just 14 locations across the country – but they offer a really warm welcome to pet owners, with a selection of toys and treats waiting in your room and a list of local pet resources that you might need during your stay, including groomers and emergency veterinarians.