The enclosures are quite large-
And of course, there are the really shy ones or those who have never been away from home except to visit their doctor, and they have no idea what on earth is going on! Most of the time, it only takes a day or so for them to adjust. I can see them thinking, "Well, it's really not all that bad... There's a nice lady who feeds me and changes my litter box- maybe I'll let her pet me a bit so she feels better." :)
Most of my 'guests' have a turn out of their enclosure (by themselves, not with other cats) for a while every day or so, when he or she can walk around the cattery, look out a window or sit on a rug and look out the door. The glass in them is just low enough for a kitty to sit, poke a head under the curtain and watch the birds, butterflies or whatever else catches their attention.
Or they can sit by the dining room door and watch as I move around the house, watch TV, talk on the phone - all the normal things their family does at home. And after all that strenuous activity, of course, one can then jump onto the chair or the top of an enclosure and take a good long nap! Even when they're in their own enclosure, they have the Cattery TV which I leave on most days and evenings as I know a lot of folks do at home.
Jean's Cat's Only Kennel is the best place to place your cat or kitten when you are away on business, holidays, vacation or unexpected emergency. Cat boarding is more than just putting your pet in a cat kennel, it requires knowledge and experience that Jean Hatfield has after years of breeding and caring for felines of many breeds.
Located in Davie, Florida just outside of Ft. Lauderdale, Jean's facility is beautiful and functional. Don't trust your friend to anyone else.