Cattery Management & Staff
It is with some sadness that I tell you that Colin and I are retiring from the cattery in October 2019.
We've had such an amazing 8½ years and had the pleasure of caring for your furry friends. We will miss them greatly but it's time for us to move on and hand over to the next generation of cat lovers.
The good news is that the cattery will continue in the
safe and competent hands of
Alice is 25 years old and is a cat lover; she has two of her own. She studied at Moreton Morrell College and has a Level 3 Diploma in Animal Management.
If you are anxious about a new person taking over, Alice is keen to smooth the transition by keeping everything the same so customers won't be inconvenienced. Same email, same office telephone number and same opening hours. Please don't use my mobile number any more, Alice will be issuing her own mobile contact.
Leanne will continue assisting at the cattery so there will still be a familiar face and she will continue to look after you and the feline members of your family.
That just leaves me to say, thank you lovely customers for your loyal support and for sharing your beautiful cats with us, yes, even the grumpy ones. A big thank you to Leanne and Lauren for their help over the years, we couldn't have done it without you. Finally thank you to both Ruth and David Reay for their belief in me and giving me the opportunity to have my dream job.
We wish Alice every success and happiness for the future.
It is with great pleasure I'm able to inform you that Vicarage Farm Cattery is under new management, with effect from 1st February 2011.
Ruth & David Reay, owners of Vicarage Farm, have given me the opportunity to run the cattery on their behalf.
My name is Michelle Morgan. My husband, Colin, and I live locally in Wolston and share our home with 3 cats and 2 bantams and 3 quail.
I have lived with cats my whole life and over the last 11 years have been involved with breeding British Shorthair Cats.
Just so you can put a face to a name there is a picture of Colin and myself below.
I know what an anxious time it can be to leave your much loved furry family behind when you go away. You may feel guilty and worried how they will cope being left while you go off enjoying yourselves. I go through this every time I leave my furry friends.
Please let me reassure you. I will do everything possible to give each cat in my care the attention and love they desire. Not only the basics of good hygiene and regular feeding times but attention to individual needs such as brushing, occasional treats, checking their comfort and playing, if they feel up to it. Everything they need to help them feel safe and secure with us to enjoy their stay.
Other staff are Leanne Goodman, who joined us in April 2014 and is proving to be a valued member of staff. Leanne is a cat lover and comes with plenty of experience; she has 7 cats of her own! Lauren also helps out at weekends and school holidays.
Vicarage Farm Cattery are also involved with providing work placements for students from Moreton Morrel College, so again these individuals will be knowledgeable in animal care and will be under strict supervision at all times.
Vicarage Farm Cattery, Coventry Road, Church
Lawford, Rugby CV23 9HB
Located on the A428 Coventry Road, between the
villages of Bretford
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