$20 per day
- Full Name: Alexandra Henshall
- Location: Long Harbour Road
- Phone: 250-931-0828
- Expires: 29 days, 17 hours
About Haven | Established in 2017, Haven Cat Care strives to offer your feline companion(s) a comfortable, relaxing environment where they can feel safe and welcome. Our goal is to create a home away from home where our guests can play, explore, or snuggle by the fire when the weather gets chilly. With plenty of individual access to the indoor and outdoor common areas and twice daily cleaning services, guests will feel right at home in our cozy space.
About Alex | I was born and raised on Salt Spring Island with a passion for animals – cats in particular. After spending many years in Victoria, B.C. and in Kent, England, I decided to move back to Salt Spring and follow my heart, which led me to open Haven. I have received my certificate in Animal Welfare Management from Thompson Rivers University and I have been caring for cats of different temperaments and needs for years. I believe in individual care and surrounding pets with comfort and safety. At Haven, I offer the same level of care and affection to your cats as I do to my own. I can’t wait to meet your feline companion(s) and offer you the peace of mind that they will be cared for like family.
Boarding Services | $20 per night (for 1 cat in 1 unit) with discounts after 7 nights
Home Services | $20 for one visit per day, based on location and availability
More Info | http://www.havencatcare.com (pictures will be added to the website ASAP!)
Telephone | 250-931-0828
Feel free to get in touch and book a consultation appointment so that you can come and see Haven before making a booking – I’d love to show you around!
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