Get your research done
First of all, you need to get your research done. Look for the best facilities in your area with the help of internet or through animal magazines. You can also ask someone from your friends or family who can help you in this regard. Your research should also include whether the facility helps only cats or dogs also.
Analyse the costs
Some of the facilities will charge you on a daily basis while others may charge you on a weekly basis. You have to get prior information on the payment procedure so that there is no confusion afterwards. Some facilities may also ask for a security deposit from you.
Visit the place where the cat will be boarded
Make sure you visit the place before finalising it. You must have a clear idea of how the place looks like so that you can decide whether the cat will accept that environment or not.
Pack the things the cat will need
It is always important to pack the things your cat will need during the time it is at the facility. Provide the facility with the toys that the cat plays with so that there is no problem afterwards.
Provide the necessary information
Finally, provide the boarding centre with all the necessary information. Make sure to provide phone numbers of close ones so that they can be contacted in case of any emergency. Also, ask some of your close family or friends to visit the facility to check on the cat every now and then