What I need to know before you bring your cats on their holiday.
All cats must be fully vaccinated, at least two weeks before their stay with us.
I advise you protect your cat against fleas.
I need to know your vets details, and if your cat has been treated recently for any illness that may re occur.
Does your cat have any allergies.
I need to know your cats regular diet, their favourite foods and treats.
All cats will be provided with fresh water, Milk will be provided to those cats who normally have milk at home.
To help your pet settle in quickly I would like to know more about him or her, every day activities, how much your cat likes to play, what games he prefers.
Is your cat an attention seeker or would he or she prefers to be left in peace to snooze.
It is really important to know as much as possible about each cat who comes to stay.
With a very limited number of residents, I will have lots of time to spend with each individual cat.
Your cat must be in a safe cat carrier. If you do not have one I have various sizes and types you can borrow.
What you need to know.
There are cctv cameras covering the cattery and entrances.
The cattery is locked unless I am in there.
All gates that give access to the back of the house are locked.
We have burglar alarms.
I have insurance with Cliverton to cover the cattery and occupants.
If I think your cat has any problems I will take them to the vet, either your own vet or our local vets, just down the road from us.
It would be helpful if you can leave contact details so I can contact you in an emergency.
Deposit of 20% when booking . Half the boarding fee preferable when you bring your cat to stay.
Payment cash or cheque. I don’t earn enough money to pay for card transactions.