BOARDING TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Only cats that have been vaccinated against feline enteritis and cat flu can be accepted.
Boosters should have been given 2 weeks before arrival and vaccination certificates must be produced for each cat on day of dropping off.
A cat without a certificate cannot be accepted into the Cattery.  Certificates will be retained until the cat is collected.

All cats must have been wormed and treated against fleas before arrival to cover the period of boarding with us.

We are unable to accept un-neutered males.

In the hopefully unlikely event that your cat has to be taken to a vet, all vet fees will be required to be reimbursed on collection.

Only cats from the same household can share the same quarters

You should bring your cat in a travel basket/carrier to our reception.  We will store your basket/carrier safely for the duration of the cats stay if you so wish

On arrival, cats will be examined for any signs of ill health which, subject to advice from our Vet, would unfortunately have to be refused admission.  We believe it is very important that your cat arrives well, enjoys his/her stay and goes home happy and relaxed.