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“We are excited to be D.C.’s first Cat Boarding, Grooming and Daycare option”

itty bitty
1904 18th Street, NW

From a press release:

“A revolutionary business aimed at cat lovers opens on April 10, 2017. Itty Bitty & Kitty City will offer boarding, grooming and daycare just for cats. The business is owned and operated by D.C. mainstay, Doggy Style Bakery, Boutique & Pet Spa. “We are excited to be D.C.’s first Cat Boarding, Grooming and Daycare option,” said Krista Heinz, Owner of both Itty Bitty & Kitty City and Doggy Style. “For far too long, cats have been marginalized by D.C. pet care businesses. We are thrilled to offer an option that is designed just for cats.” Itty Bitty & Kitty City offers custom-built Kitty Condos that are designed from the cat’s perspective. Each condo offers cats a separate bedroom, bathroom and living area for Feline guests. In addition, a Kitty Playground is set up for cats to exercise and play every day. Cat care professionals will be on site 24-hours a day to care for the cats, ensuring that each and every cat gets the personalized care and attention that they deserve.

A Grand Opening Party will take place on Thursday, April 13th from 6-8pm and include tours of the new Itty Bitty & Kitty City, as well as FREE appetizers and refreshments. Guests are encouraged to bring donations of blankets & towels, USA-made training treats, and canned food for cats for the Humane Rescue Alliance. Donors will be given a 10% OFF coupon at Doggy Style Bakery, Boutique & Pet Spa.”

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