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Vaccination and Medication

please ask…

if you are not sure about your cat's vaccine record.


Cats will be accepted for boarding if in good health and you are able to produce

   a currant vaccination card/details against feline influenza, feline enteritis & Leukaemia

Generally given as a 3 in 1 vaccine annually


If your cat needs to re-start or begin

a vaccine course. The course needs  to be started 

 ONE MONTH prior to entering boarding cattery

 1 st vaccination followed by 2nd vaccination 3 weeks later. Plus 1 week clearance.


The proprietor reserves the right to refuse admission to any cat showing signs of ill health, pending advice from a veterinary surgeon. In extreme cases of cats with badly matted coats admission will be refused.

We ask that flea and worming treatment is up to date and details given to

us on arrival. If your cat's preparations are due while in our care, please supply and we are happy to administer.  

If your cat is found to be in need of flea or worming treatment a surcharge of £20.00 will be charged

to your total invoice .

You and your cat will be shown to your holiday chalet, along with any home comforts you have brought with you.

You are welcome to stay as long as you wish to settle your cat in. Please feel free to phone/email to ensure how you cat is enjoying himself. 

*If your cat has medication on a regular basis, it is within our capability. Individual requirements will be duly catered for. You will be asked to sign a medication form to allow us to administer medication to your cat in your absence.

Please make sure we have all the information we require when booking,

including enough medication to cover the stay with us.

We ask you to inform your own vet of the dates your cat will be within our care.



Any ongoing medical conditions 

are unfortunately not covered by our insurance

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