Feeding & Care

At Cosy Paws our aim is to provide top quality care and a stimulating environment, so necessary to keeping a cat happy and contented.  Your cat will receive the highest level of care, with high quality accommodation and individual attention. We live on site, and provide round-the-clock supervision, so you can rest assured that your pet will be secure and happy.

Throughout your cat’s stay with us, we constantly monitor their behaviour to ensure they are relaxed and happy and not displaying any signs of stress or ill-health.


I supply James Wellbeloved grain free dry food (Turkey or fish) and wet – Felix or Whiskas. However, if you would like your cats to eat their usual food then please bring sufficient supplies of your cat(s) usual food (both wet and dry if you feed both) for the duration of their stay at Cosy Paws.

If your cat is on a diet only available on prescription, please bring sufficient rations for his/her stay. Water fountains are supplied as standard in each chalet.

Guests are welcome to bring their own treats or special food, and we will make sure that your cat receives these as you wish.

Grooming and play
We incorporate play time and lots of cuddles into each day, if your cat is comfortable with this. We will groom your cat, if they are happy for us to do so. As we only have 10 chalets, we can devote more time to each cat, interacting with them each day – if they want us to!

Where cats require medication, including insulin injections, this is administered without extra charge.  Carole is veterinary-trained to administer injections.  Please bring an adequate supply of any medication for your cat’s stay. If your cat has medication given in a treat, please bring enough with you for the duration of the cat’s stay.

Veterinary support
Veterinary support is provided by The Veterinary Hospital, Hungerford, so you can rest assured that should the unforeseen happen, your cat will have the very best veterinary care.

IMPORTANT: You must wear a mask when visiting the cattery. If you have any Covid symptoms, please do not come to the cattery.