New owners for Exmouth’s Cats Motel
07:00 09 February 2014
Checking in: Hayley and Paul Taylor - the new owners of Cats Motel on Bapton Lane - along with part-time staff Julie Bache and Lynda Aasmaa, and one of their customers Elsa. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 1499-05-14SH. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk
CATS MOTEL – Exmouth’s long-established cattery – has new owners who are looking forward to welcoming more moggies.
Paul and Hayley Taylor took over the Bapton Lane business in November.
A family of animal lovers, running a cattery is a new experience for the couple, but they’re “keen to continue the excellent work of our predecessors”.
They also aim “to provide a friendly and relaxing stay for all”.
Paul will look after the day-to-day running of the cattery, alongside existing part-time staff Lynda Aasmaa and Julie Bache.
Meanwhile Hayley will be in charge of the gardens to ensure a “pleasant outlook” for residents.
“We’re family-run, we have friendly and efficient staff, the facilities are spotlessly clean, the cats get one-to-one attention, it’s peaceful and tranquil here, there is nothing to stress the cats out, and it’s very pleasant,” said Hayley.
Sounds a purr-fect place for any cat to stay.
More details: www.catsmotel.co.uk/
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