We will need to see proof of current vaccination certificates for feline flu and enteritis
Vaccinations should be boosted annually and this should be done at least seven days before the cat is due to be boarded
The vaccination certificate must be provided at check in, unfortunately without the certificate we will be unable to accommodate your cat as in doing so would compromise the health of our other guests
Please remove your cat’s collar as a safety precaution during their stay
We are happy to administer medication to well behaved cats.
Please contact us to discuss your specific needs and we shall do our utmost to meet your requirements.
We regret we can no longer accept insulin-dependent diabetic cats.
Please ensure that any medication is clearly labelled.
We regret that un-neutered male cats over 7 months old will not be accepted
For the welfare of our guests, we cannot accommodate any cats diagnosed with infectious diseases. We would ask that you treat your cat for fleas, worms, lice and ear mites before they arrive. For these conditions we would recommend “Stronghold (Selamectin)” which is easy to administer and is available from your local vet.
We will ask for your written authority to call a veterinary surgeon, on your behalf, should we consider it necessary. With regards to elderly or ailing cats it is wise to discuss with ourselves your wishes should your cat pass away naturally, whilst in our care.
During your stay you will benefit from our comprehensive insurance cover - this cover excludes all pre-existing conditions.