Make sure your feline friend is safe and happy whilst you’re out of town by booking them in for a holiday at our cat boarding facilities.

Our boarding facilities are a safe, clean, and caring environment which are staffed by a passionate team who will ensure your pet gets plenty of TLC.

Cat boarding accommodation types

Our clinic cattery accommodation options include:

  • Single storey condos- cozy and comfortable
  • Two storey homes – for cats who like a little extra space to roam and play with

Features

  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning – keeping the room at optimal temperature day and night.
  • Large outdoor garden area – for cats who like to lie in the sun and stretch their legs.
  • Premium quality Hills Science Diet Cat Food
  • We can cater to special dietary needs

Our cat boarding accommodation options all include a cozy bed, large litter tray and of course fresh food and water. If your pet has a favourite toy or blanket, you are more than welcome to bring it along, just make sure the items are clearly labelled with your pet’s details.

Cat Vaccination Certificate requirements

All cat boarding guests are required to have up to date F3 and enteritis vaccination certificates. If your cat is overdue for a vaccination, we can help vaccinate, flea treat, and worm them upon admission.

Medical care

We regularly host feline guests with special medical or dietary needs, so we have all the skills, experience and resources necessary to ensure they are comfortable. As our cat boarding facilities are connected to a fully equipped veterinary clinic, we are able to ensure your cat quickly receives medical assistance should they require it during their stay. Make sure you provide us with up to date contact details so we can get in touch if necessary and of course you are welcome to contact us at any time for updates on your cat’s holiday.

Bookings

Our cat boarding facilities book up quickly, so we recommend booking well in advance of your holiday to ensure your cat gets a place. Over the Easter and Christmas holiday periods, we require a 50% non-refundable deposit when you book.

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