Terms and Conditions



Vaccinations

We do ask that your cat's inoculations for Feline Infectious Enteritis and upper respiratory infections (Cat Flu) are up to date. We will need to see their vaccination certificate before boarding. Please remember your cat cannot be boarded without it, so ensure your vaccinations are boosted annually. This is in the interest of your cat's health and those who are staying in the cattery at the same time.

We regret that male cats over the age of nine months, which have not been neutered, cannot be accepted for boarding.

 

Medication

We are happy to administer medication to your cats while they stay with us. For most medication to be administered there is no additional charge, but we do make a small charge where medication has to be given through the night. Please make sure any medication is in date and is contained in veterinary labelled packaging with your vets instructions.

 

Health

No cat suffering from, or suspected of suffering from any infectious disease can be accepted. All cats will be examined on arrival, and we reserve the right to refuse admission to any cat showing signs of ill health, pending advice from a vet. This is essential to safeguard all the cats boarded. We have isolation facilities should the need arise. If whilst in our care, your cat needs to go to the vet, a travel charge of £40.00 will be made, irrespective of the time of day. This will be added to your final account.

 

Fleas & Worms

Although we realise that fleas & worms are a fairly common problem, we take a great deal of care to ensure that our facility remains a safe haven from them so your cat doesn't contract them here.

Please ensure your cat is wormed regularly and treated for flea prevention before you board with us.

If we find that a cat has fleas while in our care a charge will be added to your account for decontamination and addtional disinfection.