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Cat Boarding for
Your Special Kitty

Give your cat a comfortable, caring place to stay.

Your cat deserves care and attention while you're away.

Being away from your pets while traveling is hard. But luckily, they can take their own vacation! Instead of leaving your cat to fend for him or herself, let him or her enjoy a stay at Woofers Pet Resort. Boarding guests at Woofers enjoy plenty of play, loads of attention, and all the pampering he or she craves. Plus, someone is on property 24/7.

Concierge-Level Service for Your Furry Family

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Daily Petting and Attention

Our cat guests enjoy premium comfort and care. With an on-site attendant available 24/7, a multi-room condo and a caring staff to provide all the attention your kitties craves, you can enjoy your vacation while your cats enjoy theirs.

Cat Condos

Our cat condo are designed for cats. They feature a separate living room and bathroom with the capability of opening into additional rooms for extra space. Condos are cleaned daily and litter boxes twice daily. Each cat is handled and petted every day unless it would prefer to remain in its condo. Two sections of condos are in our main room for cats that enjoy seeing what's going on. More private or shy cats may prefer the section located in a separate room away from the goins-on of dogs and employees.



Seniors (65+) - 5%

Military/Veteran - 5%

Pet Professional - 5%

Cat Boarding Pricing

Each cat gets his or her own cat condo and is taken out daily for petting and attention.

Cat Boarding


1 Cat --- $30/night

2 Cats --- $45/night


Rally prices listed on Sturgis Motorcycle Rally page.



If 48 or more hours' notice is given from the date and time of check-in, there's zero penalty. Fewer than 48 hours and the entire reservation, including all services reserved, must be paid.

Cat Boarding

Pamper your cat with a safe, relaxing stay.

1. Cat boarding that’s your cat’s home away from home

With 24/7 on-site attendants, stringent vaccination requirements, and personal attention for your cat, you can have complete peace of mind when you board with us.

2. Always tons of love and attention for our four-legged guests

All our furry family get a clean, comfortable condo an all the attention and love they deserve.

3. Enjoy regular updates from our caring team

We know how it is to have to leave your cat, so we keep in touch for your peace of mind.

  • Do you take intact dogs?
    As of 1/1/23 we no longer accept new intact males. Why? Even when an intact unneutered male is friendly, its presence almost always causes other males to act more aggressively, and therefore the risk of altercations and injuries is much higher. Unspayed females may board but may not, because of the chaos they cause, board when in heat.
  • What does a typical day of Day Play look like?
    Day Play is a continuous cycle of play and rest that focuses on much-needed play. For an hour or two, your dogs will play in a group (or groups) with other dogs. Then, they rest for a half-hour or so. That process continues throughout the daylight hours. We allow them to be outdoors throughout the year unless extreme weather arises. When your dog comes home, expect him or her to be happy – and tired, both mentally and physically. After arriving back home, your dog will probably drink quite a bit. Many dogs enjoy playing so much that they forget to drink water, even though we make fresh water available at all times to our four-footed guests. To see pictures of our state-of-the-art play yards, check out our facility photos.
  • What about dogs that are not well-socialized?
    Daycare may seem like a great place to socialize a dog, but Including an undersocialized dog or one that does not get along in a group is, because of potential altercations, a safety risk for that dog and the others. Any dog who participates in our Day Play must already get along well in a large group. We are willing to try any dog that is under-socialized, but if it shows signs of distress, anxiety, or aggression, we will pull it from Day Play and suggest it receive training and experience in preparation. We offer a simple training course, "Introduction to Doggie Daycare," which teaches dogs to get along safely at our place. See the training page for more info.
  • Do you organize different playgroups based on age, size, or energy level?"
    Playgroup organization depends on the dogs we are caring for. Generally, most dogs play in one group, but sometimes we organize a small group for older, small, or shy dogs.
  • Will my dog get dirty or muddy during Day Play?
    Dogs love to roll and roughhouse, so--yes--yours might come home with dirt or mud on their coat, especially after rain or wet snow – or if it’s so dry that there’s lots of dust. We always allow our guests to play outdoors when the weather permits. We brush and spritz each dog before it leaves, but if you'd like your dog to arrive home super clean, you can have us bathe him or her before departure.
  • Are all dogs day play dogs vaccinated?
    Yes. Before booking, we confirm that all dogs planning to attend day care are up to date on Bordatella/Kennel Cough (within last six months), Distemper/Parvo, Rabies and flea/tick/lice prevention. Despite this, dogs in any group environment can transmit various diseases and parasites, but strong vaccination requirements reduce this risk.
  • Do you manage the behavior of the group?
    Yes. One of the advantages of our Day Play versus others' daycare is our behavioral supervision. Our priorities are (in order of importance): safety, quiet, and fun. Because our in-house trainer is highly experienced with behavioral issues, he trains our handlers to minimize the risk of disagreements, altercations, and injuries. They can and will happen, of course, but at Woofers they are rare because of how we actively manage the pack.
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