Catteries for sale in all locations

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Cattery Business + Family Home

Cattery Sale Information This cattery is located on the outskirts of a popular village, near Torrevieja, Spain. According to the World Health Organisation, it is in the top ten healthiest places in the world to live, as has its own...

Location: Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain

Search categories: Catteries, Dog Grooming Businesses, Kennels

  • F/H Price
  • €450,000
  • Price Reduced
Kennels Cattery Site - Detached Finca

3 Bedroom Detached Finca Suitable For Kennels Cattery Sufficient Land & Outbuildings To Convert Further Details Available Shortly Price Currently Being Negotiated After Valuaton.

Location: Murcia, Spain

Search categories: Catteries, Kennels

  • F/H Price
  • €198,000
KENNELS AND CATTERY - CORNWALL

• Well established Kennels & Cattery - Offers Invited • Registered for 56 dogs & 20 cats • Turnover 2016 circa £35,000 with a EBITDA of £21,111 • Attractive 3 bed home with potential for an annexe Impressive well established Kennels and...

Location: Redruth, Cornwall, England

Search categories: Catteries, Kennels

  • F/H Price
  • £525,000
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £34,726
KENNELS AND CATTERY - BRISTOL

• Most impressive boarding Kennel & Cattery • Registered for 47 dogs and 28 cats • Located in sought after semi rural location in the West Country • Set over approx 3 acres with spacious 3 bed home Most impressive & established boarding...

Location: Wrington, Somerset, England

Search categories: Catteries, Kennels

  • F/H Price
  • £825,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £125,000
Catteries - Fife

• Situated in Rural Fife • Registered for 49 Dogs (Excluding Kennelling to Dogs Charities) • Large Car Parking Areas • High Profits LANGDYKE, NR KENNOWAY, FIFE. Langdyke Boarding Kennels. Situated in rural Fife Established over 20 Years...

Location: Kennoway, Fife, Scotland

Search categories: Catteries

  • F/H Price
  • £359,995
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £80,000
Pembrokeshire Boarding Kennels & Small Holding ( REDUCED)

Business: A successful boarding kennels with a small holding and family home. This first class kennelling facility has built up a loyal client base over many years of trading and has room for further expansion. The small holding provides...

Location: Haverfordwest, Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Other Agricultural Businesses, Catteries, Equestrian businesses, Kennels, Small Holdings

  • F/H Price
  • £549,000
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £76,000

Questions to ask yourself before buying a cattery

For the cat lover, running a cattery business should be a dream come true. You get to indulge your passion and spend most of your time looking after your favourite animal, and your cat owning clients all share the same interests as you. Cattery ownership is a lot of work however, and a love of cats is just the first personal trait you’ll need if you want to make the business work.

Unlike many other types of business you can buy, when you take on a cattery, you take on responsibility for the full-time management of a site that will usually need to be open 365 days a year. The busiest times for a cattery business are during public Holidays, school Summer Holiday dates and Christmas. You need to ensure that this working pattern will suit your lifestyle. However owning a cattery presents a very rewarding business and home lifestyle opportunity.

Pet boarding premises must be registered with the Government annually. If you want to run a cattery, you need paperwork to prove that your premises allocates a certain amount of space to each animal, that there is sufficient ventilation, food and water for the animals, and that there is a series of emergency response plans in place in case of emergency.

People who run catteries have to be good with humans as well as cats. Cat owners are trusting you with their cherished pets – you need a warm personality to reassure your clients that you will care for their animals properly in their absence. If you can inspire a strong relationship with your clients, you will enjoy repeat business for long periods of time.