You've already planned your own retirement, but what about your pets? If your cat outlives you, who will take care of her? Will someone give her a Hartz® flea and tick treatment? If you're unable to answer these questions, don't worry. Now, your cats can retire, too.
A stay at the Lincolnshire
The BBC reported that a charity has opened what may be the only cat retirement center in the world. The Lincolnshire Trust for Cats in Osgodby, England is currently home to more than 80 felines.
It's a place that's open to the "older cat," as stated on the establishment's website. Anyone who feels they may need some cat care following retirement is encouraged to visit the center. Felines must be neutered and fully vaccinated to be considered a candidate for housing.
What's included in the package?
Once the cat is approved, owners pay a one-time fee of about $1,300 in exchange for full feline care. She'll receive a premium diet and will have free-range to roam property.
As stated on the Lincolnshire's website, felines can stretch out and sunbathe in one of the three centrally heated rooms, or head outside.
There's no better time to plan your cat's retirement than the present. Make her ninth life a pleasant one.
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