Sunday, 23 August 2015

Is everything to your liking, Madam?

Tightwad Towers offers Five Star accommodation to much loved kitties, especially those who are a wee bit off colour. We serve a four course meal, with world class tasty food to suite every palate. Dining takes place on the veranda outside the sleeping accommodation, so removes the need to go to the dining kitchen. Bowls are washed and refilled throughout the day, should Kitty wish to graze. Note the one bowl of cereal in the background that the proprietor gets.  
After filling up the tummy, Kitty has the option of chilling out in the fully enclosed and private accommodation pod. The top canopy has been put on to ensure no prying eyes can peer in and unsettle a sensitive cat.

Should Kitty wish to take advantage of the panoramic views from her penthouse she can relax and sunbathe on the balcony. Access to this exclusive suite is via a strategically placed chair which enables her to come and go as she pleases.

The toilet facilities are placed in a discreet corner near the sideboard, and is accessed via the same chair from the living quarters. It is far enough away from the rest of the accommodation so no pungent smells can permeate to the bedroom. This Kitty is not allowed conventional cat litter and so shredded paper is used for her own health and well being. The cleaner comes twice a day to refresh the toilet, remove soiled material, scrub the box with water, dry it thoroughly, and refill with clean paper. The cleaner gets paid nothing for this work ;o))

Tightwad Towers regrets that due to being fully booked, no further accommodation is available, sorry, we are full up. Thank you for visiting, please come back another day.
Enjoy your Sunday. It's sunny and I have a dog waiting to go out.
Toodle pip

24 comments:

  1. I am quite certain that the proprietor receives an abundance of love in return for her ministrations. If the sleeping pod were considerably larger I might well try to make a reservation.

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  2. Blessed fur baby indeed:)

    Cats & dogs make fine companions, don't they(unlike some humans)?

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  3. Your pets have it made! Nice accommodations!

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  4. I'm sure she appreciates your thoughtfulness, Ilona! I hope Heidi is doing well, and that you have good news from the vet soon.

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  5. It's a delight to read how you treat your pets! Hope Heidi gets well soon. JanF

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  6. Okay, I'm booking the summerhouse for me and the Kitty Penthouse for Duncan and Marigold please. Summer 16, early reservation.

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  7. Ilona - how wonderfully well you look after your furry friends. We have a rescue cat called Hadley who is almost fifteen with no teeth, so sometimes he finds it a challenge to eat and can be fearful because of previous problems with his mouth, my husband often sits and feeds him with a fork in order to encourage him to eat xx

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  8. She is one luxurious kitty!

    It might be that the cleaner is paid in intangibles--perhaps a furry nudge or a few purrs and snuggles.

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  9. Your furry babies are lucky indeed!

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  10. Instead of going to Spain, we think we will book in with you Ilona. Mainly because we like the idea of the personal service, four course meals, discreet toilet facilities and the penthouse arrangements. We will let you know our dates to be sure you have a vacancy!!! Oops, just realised you are fully booked! Never mind, next time perhaps!! Thanks for your great communications. Love them! Ann x

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  11. Hi.With the exclusive, premium accommodations at Tightwad Towers it comes as no surprise that you are fully booked.If I'm ever in the U.K.I have dibs on the summerhouse,tee-hee.(the hubster and Sadie don't like flying).By the way,you are one heck of witty and talented writer,m'dear.Thank you for making me smile.Dear Heidi,animals are so stoic.Warmest regards,D.

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  12. Love kitties, have had them ourselves (none now) but I'd not allow them on the worktops. They are really treated very well in your home!
    Margaret P

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  13. love what you have been sewing. I am in awe of your ability to produce such lovely work from seemingly nothing. that's a beautiful bag and I like what I can see of the kitty cover.

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  14. You and your lovely pets always make me smile. X

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  15. I'm glad that sweet Heidi is getting five-star care at Tightwad Towers. It is good to see her eating and I hope that she is drinking well, too. She looks as pretty as ever. You are an excellent proprietor, Ilona! My love to Heidi.

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  16. I hope the Kitty appreciates her private chef and cleaning lady. The accommodations sound divine.

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  17. I wish you hadn't posted this, now my four pussycats are demanding menus, silver service and comfier blankets!!!!

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  18. Hi Ilona - am glad that Heidi is doing better. Just thought I would mention a tip I got from our local cattery regarding helping cats to eat when they are poorly. Try smearing a little marmite ( I think you have promite? in the UK) on the roof of your cat's mouth. Apparently it can stimulate the appetite. I wouldn't try with my own kitties - they would bite my hand off :) but an experienced cat handler would be able to do it. Kind regards.

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  19. The ultimate in pampered pets.

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  20. Ha ha!!!,This made me smile so much!.This is very similer to the routine i have just gone through with my 5 kittys.I soppose,that like me ,you are very lucky that they let you share their accomadation as well!!,Debi,Leic,x

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