Cattery Design provides a source of advice, information and help to everyone thinking about starting, building,
upgrading or maintaining a cattery.
There is also a sister site for Kennel Design.
Raising the standards, expectations & design of catteries and kennels
The websites are here to give you the information and support you need to build
the best standard of cattery or kennels you can, to match your and your
cats' and dogs' needs, create a building that is easy to maintain
and one in which the design helps reduce stress and promote a healthy
environment for cats.
It is important that you spend your build money wisely, whatever
your cattery will be used for. Think deeply
about the style and quality of business you want to
set up - as quality and caring catteries
are greatly and increasingly in demand.
Previously, it was difficult for people to find this information,
(imagine every potential kennel or cattery owner individually looking
for these answers!) and the first questions asked are usually "is it right for me" and "where
do I start?".
Author, David Key
David is a Consultant in Kennel and Cattery Design and has advised thousands of potential & existing kennel and cattery owners worldwide. He is the author of:
- Cattery Design: The Essential Guide to Creating Your Perfect Cattery (May 2006)
- Kennel Design The Essential Guide to Creating Your Perfect Kennels (March 2000)
For over 30 years David has also been responsible for The Blue Cross Animal Welfare Charity UK animal and staff buildings and property at their cat and dog adoption, companion animal and equine rescue and rehoming centres.
What makes Cattery Design unique
It is the ONLY indepth resource focusing on cattery
& kennel design, planning/ zoning & construction
Providing information, advice & designs and the knowledge
to choose between ALL the options to find the best
one for you.
Cattery Design does not manufacture - manufacturers only provide
a view on their own products!
The Cattery Design and Kennel Design books are used as a college/university text books and
by national & international Animal Welfare Charities, Rescues,
Vets, Architects, Engineers, Surveyors, potential Kennel Owners,
Boarding, Breeders, Groomers, Environmental Health Officers,
Licensing Officers & Dog Wardens, Police, Customs & Defence.
You will save money, time & stress if you have the right information that enables you to make the right decisions.
Let's get started helping you reach the animal welfare
standards everyone should aim for when running a cattery - for
yourselves, your animals and the success of your organisation and that it helps you realise