All cats must be fully immunised against cat flu and feline enteritis. An up to date vaccination must be produced before admittance. A booster is required annually.
No cat suffering from, or suspected to be suffering from any infectious or contagious disease can be accepted. All cats will be examined on arrival, but the proprietor reserves the right to refuse admission to any cat showing signs of ill health, pending advice from a veterinary surgeon. Owners will appreciate that this is essential in order to safeguard the health of all the cats boarded.
Veterinary attendance is assured (should this be necessary) and any treatment prescribed by a veterinary can be continued during the cats stay. We use spot on flea treatment.
Any male cats over 6 months which have not been neutered can not be boarded, mainly because they present a infection hazard. Visitors are requested to touch no animal other than their own.
Definite bookings should be made as early as possible. It is helpful if firm times of arrival are given, together with the name, age and sex of the cat(s) and details of the diet and any relevant medical history.
A deposit of £25 is required if bookings are six weeks or more in advance, this is non-refundable. If a definite booking is cancelled with less than 14 days notice a cancellation fee will be charged. If a cancellation is made within 7 days of the start date of the booking, the full amount will be payable.
A full days board is charged for the days of arrival and departure. This is to allow for the chalet to be cleaned, disinfected and prepared for the next occupant.
At Christmas, New year and all bank holidays an additional charge of £12 per chalet (not per cat) will apply. A 3 day minimum applies at all other times. Please note that owners collecting their cats before the end of the period booked will be charged for the full period.
Payment of boarding fees are payable at the time of arrival, except in the case of long term boarding, when payment is to be settled monthly.