When you’re out of town, put your mind at ease by boarding your cat in safe, warm, clean and caring environment at our clinic cattery.

With a full team of vets, nurses, and cattery attendants, your cat’s health and safety is in the best possible hands whilst you’re away. Our cattery is of course staffed by a passionate and caring team who love to dole out the TLC but also have plenty of experience catering to special needs animals.

Cat boarding features

  • A bright, clean, warm and safe environment
  • Cat condos that are designed for ultimate cat comfort and space
  • A fluffy bed for your cat to sleep in, a large litter tray, a scratching post and fresh food and water
  • Daily exercise, play time and brushing.
  • Regular updates on how your cat is enjoying their stay by email or SMS

If your pet has a few favourite toys or is particularly attached to their bedding, you’re more than welcome to bring them along.

Cat Vaccination Certificate requirements

To protect all our cattery guests, we require up to date F3 or F4 flu and enteritis vaccination certificates to present upon admission. If your cat’s vaccinations are out of date, we will vaccinate, flea treat, and worm your cat on admission to the cattery.

Medical care

Our cattery regularly boards cats with special medical needs and as it is connected to a fully equipped veterinary clinic, we can provide fast and effective medical assistance if required at any point during your cat’s stay. On admission, our staff will take down your contact details so if something does happen, we are able to keep you informed. And of course, we know what it’s like to miss your pets when travelling, so you’re welcome to contact us any time for updates on your cat’s stay.

Bookings

We recommend booking well in advance of your holiday or trip as our reputation and convenient location mean the cattery is often fully booked. For stays over the Easter or Christmas holidays, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required.

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