What do I need to bring for my cat’s stay?
We will need to see that your cat’s annual booster vaccinations or kitten vaccinations are complete and up to date, so please bring your vaccination card. We will update your cat’s profile on our system and return the card to you. We also encourage owners to bring something that smells of home, be it an old tshirt or a blanket from cat’s bed. If they do not typically have items such as these, it is a good idea to put something into their bed about a week before they come. The familiar smell will be a comfort and help them settle in. Finally, all cats must be brought in a secure pet carrier which will be used the bring your cat between the car and cattery. We will store your carrier during your cat’s stay. Many cats become ill or have accidents while travelling. We will clean and disinfect your carrier before returning it, but we would recommend using newspaper in the carrier and not bedding because of this.
What will be provided by the cattery?
You do not need to bring your cat’s bed as all our accommodation comes with several sleeping areas and igloos. Royal Canin Exigent Savour Sensation for fussy eaters is included in all boarding options. If, however, you would like to bring your cat’s own food, that’s no problem. Please be sure to provide enough food, whether it be dry food or pouches, for your cat’s stay and be sure to let us know how much and how often. Our storage is limited, however, especially during peak periods so please only bring what will be needed. If you are interested to switching your cat from wet food, their visit is an ideal time to do it. The dry food we use is so tasty that many cats choose it over their own even when presented with both. We have lots of toys on hand here, but if your cat has a favourite toy or teddy, please bring it along. Finally, we will provide all bowls and trays needed for your cat’s stay. All bowls are cleaned after each meal in a dishwasher. Trays are scooped several times daily and changed regularly.