Ok, you have decided to take your kitty to a cat boarding facility. But first, you want to check them out. What do you look for?
First and I think most important, do they require proof that your cats have current vaccinations. You don't want to take your cat someplace where it could get a disease.
Do a little due diligence. Call around. Check with some regional veterinarians and see if they're knowledgeable about the facility you are contemplating.
Call the center and ask if you can go to. See if you're able to see without making an appointment. What you want to do is visit unannounced and sees how the cats boarding are being cared for. As you tour, examine the cleanliness, are litter boxes clean, and clean water.
Ask how often each day that the cats are fed. Can they get play time outside the cage every day? How many times? How long?
Pay attention to the size of the cage that the cat will be held in. It needs to be spacious, have several levels of scaling, and rather a window.
Do they have a boarding arrangement? They ought to have. Read it carefully. They ought to call for current vaccinations, your Vets name and telephone number, and what to do and where to take your kitty in an emergency.
You might have special requirements for your kitty. For example, you might have particular clutter, special meals, and treats for your kitty. Can they accommodate you?