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INTERNATIONAL CAT CARE

As of October 1st 2018, the animal welfare (licencing of activities involving animals) Regulations were completely revised. All catteries and kennels are now given a Star rating, one being the lowest and five being the highest. Brizlincoat cattery has been awarded the highest rating of Five Stars by Bromsgrove District Council. We are delighted that the care expertise and facilities offered to our feline guests has earnt us this prestigious rating.

Brizlincoat Cattery provides your cat with the care and security it needs. Whilst you are away, we will ensure your cat continues to receive the love and attention it deserves from qualified professionals.

Located close to Birmingham Airport, we serve customers across the West Midlands and surrounding areas. Contact us to discuss your cat’s requirements.

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The cattery was opened in 1982. All our chalets are purpose-built to conform to International Cat Care (formerly FAB) requirements.

You can rest assured that your cat will receive the care and attention they deserve in your absence. Dianne Taylor, who set up Brizlincoat Farm Cattery, has over 35 years’ experience working and living with cats. Dianne has shown and bred cats since 1980. She works on several committees affiliated to the GCCF and attends exhibitions including The London Pet Show, offering advice to pet owners. Dianne has books published, the most recent about the Somali cat, which not only details the breed but cat care from birth to the twilight years, and how to manage the life stages.

All the staff have achieved recognised qualifications pertaining to cats from recognised professional bodies. Dianne has distinctions in both Advanced Essential Cat Health and Welfare and a diploma in Feline Health and Welfare, specialising in boarding cats. The staff add to their qualifications through continuous professional development.

Did you know?

Brizlincoat is not only the name of a beautiful valley which once existed in Staffordshire (spelt Brizlincote) but also the Anglo Saxon word for ‘cottage in the woods’.