My name is Lisa and I am the proud owner of The Log Cabin Cattery in Ferndown, Dorset. I love cats, and that’s why I want to provide them with the best home from home whilst you are away. I welcome visits to view our facilities.
This is the first time we have used a cattery for our 12-year-old cat. We were very impressed with Lisa and the way she looks after and genuinely cares for the cats. It is very obvious to see that this is a passion for her. Highly recommended and will certainly use again.
– C Patemen
My boys are both back for their second stay with Lisa and it was like they had never been away. Jumped straight up on the bed and settled right in so they are very happy and comfortable there. Feel very happy leaving my fur babies in her care.
– J Lankshear
Just picked Mr Bojangles up from his weekend stay. He was so well looked after by Lisa, and has come home completely chilled out! The refurbishment that Lisa has carried out at Log Cabin is to the highest standard. Caring, cuddles and hygiene is clearly number one priority at this cattery. Have tried many catteries in the Bmth area, this is by far the best around.
– M Rees
Lisa runs more than an excellent cattery with the help of her Mum. There are not too many cabins which means each cat has a lot more fuss and attention that it would do normally in another cattery. Louis is spoiled when he goes there and gets lots of cuddles, playtime and fuss. He behaves as normal when he comes home again which is a sign that he was treated very well. Otherwise cats do behave differently after a "holiday" in a cattery. We know Louis is safe there and is very well cared for. We are so lucky to have found Lisa! The cabins are kept spotless and Lisa is very inventive in her care for the cats. Definitely a place to recommend - but not to too many people just in case there's no more space for Louis! It's an awesome place.
– V facer
Delighted to find such a caring, well-run cattery, with spacious 'cabins'. My girl Mimi is in the photo gallery. At 14 years old she likes her own things, and the great thing here is that she was able to take her 'igloo' with her. She has settled fine back at home.
– C Taylor