To ensure the health and safety of all of our guests, we recommend that cats with overdue vaccinations receive them at least two weeks prior to their stay. All of our guests are required to be current on the FVRCP (4-way vaccination) and Rabies vaccine (1 or 3 year variety). The Rabies vaccination is waived for inside only cats whose family does not wish them to have this vaccine. However, a written note from your vet is required.
Upon registration, we record your cat’s medical history, personality profile and any special needs. Our computerized guest profiles allow us to quickly prepare for your pet’s needs and preferences for future visits. They will be introduced to our special staff members who will oversee their individual diets, relieving habits, exercise and, of course, provide them with TLC just like at home.
All guests must be free of any contagious conditions and arrive free of fleas. If not, we will administer flea treatments at the owner’s expense. All guests over three months of age must be spayed or neutered.
For your cat’s safety, we ask that you use a carrier when arriving and departing. . If there is an emergency while you’re away, we will make every attempt to have your pet seen by their personal veterinarian. If we are unable to reach them, we will contact our veterinarian or the emergency animal hospital.
You are welcome to bring along your cat’s favorite blanket or toy. If it smells like home, it will help your kitty settle in. We request that all items are washable so we may wash and “freshen” them as needed. We suggest limiting your pet’s food and water intake the first day of boarding and on homecoming day.