Deluxe Boarding Room

If your cat is outgoing and curious, this is the boarding place to be. This room offers several unit sizes, all with several platforms for climbing and perching. All but one of the boarding units in this room offer a view of the reception area, allowing your cat to keep in touch with the comings and goings of the clinic. Some of these units will allow multiple cat households to board their cats together at a discounted fee. Others are designed for only one cat. A cat that is known to be fractious (difficult to handle) at the veterinary clinic will be boarded in our downstairs private boarding facilities.

All cats must be up to date on the appropriate vaccinations, with documentation provided from your veterinarian. For further information, please email us.

Private Boarding Room

If your cat prefers less activity and a quiet space, the private boarding room is an excellent choice.  This boarding room is located in our downstairs facility.  This room has a window to outside, allowing lots of natural daylight to flood in.  There are four units that measure 3 feet wide by two feet deep by three feet high. These units can be joined by a porthole, which allows the cat to move freely from one area to the other.  At an owner’s request, and for a small additional fee, an adjoining unit can be reserved and the porthole kept open.  There are also 3 double-units consisting of 2 units joined by a porthole.  Each unit measures 2.5 by 2.5 feet by 2.5 feet.  Many of our boarding units also have shelves for those cats that prefer to sleep or perch off the main floor of the unit.

All cats must be up to date on the appropriate vaccinations, with documentation provided from your veterinarian.  For further information, please email us.

What if my cat has a chronic health problem?

Cats with chronic illnesses such as diabetes mellitus, kidney insufficiency and other conditions are welcome to board with us. Non-patients with health conditions must be scheduled for a pre-boarding appointment with the cat clinic veterinarian, thus allowing us to familiarize ourselves with your cat’s condition. We will also review your cat’s medical record to ensure that there are no outstanding care needs. We reserve the right to decline the boarding of any chronically ill cat that is not considered stable enough to handle the stress of boarding, or that has not had regular healthcare follow up with the referring veterinarian.

What if my cat requires medication?

Boarders requiring medication during their stay may be subject to additional medicating fees. These fees cover the additional time and staff required to both administer, store and manage documentation of the medications.