We offer boarding for any of our patients provided they are up to date on their exam and vaccines. We also provide boarding for cats with chronic medical issues including diabetes and those requiring oral medication. We will feed a regular adult cat diet unless you provide your own food. We ask that you do not bring blankets, toys, or other items that may be lost while at the clinic. We provide cat beds, blankets, and toys as necessary for each cat. Drop off and pick up times are 8am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday, and 8am – 11:30am on Saturdays.
To ensure we do not spread disease, we require that all veterinary exams and vaccines be up to date prior to boarding. If these are due, we can plan to do them the day you drop off. If fleas are present at time of arrival, your cat will be treated appropriately with a topical flea medication at the doctor’s discretion. If your cat is on a special diet please bring it with them. Please make the all items are clearly marked with your pet’s name.
One of the advantages of boarding your cat(s) at the Cat Clinic is that veterinary attention is available should the need arise. If your cat appears to be ill, every effort is made to contact the emergency number you gave at the time of drop off. You must also give a number of someone who is staying in the area who can make medical decisions for your cat or transfer the cat to an emergency facility should the need arise. However, if we are unable to contact anyone regarding your cat’s care, we will proceed as follows in the Medical Illness Policy.