Terry and Doreen Burke designed, built and ran the cattery for over 40 years! Terry regrettably passed away in 2003 and Doreen has retired, leaving the cattery in the capable hands of their daughter, Hilary Burke Hobbs.
Hilary has been working and supporting her parents with the cattery since it was built in 1973. She has extensive knowledge and experience with cats and has been involved with many fund raising activities for the Cats Protection League and various cat charities.
Hilary has help with running the business from her daughter Milli Hobbs and a small team of devoted and professional cat lovers.
Suma Farm Cat Hotel was one of the first luxury catteries built in Surrey and was built exclusively for loved feline family members.
We look forward to welcoming you soon. Do contact us to ask a question or arrange a visit.
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