Cat Boarding

Sleeping Cat

Boarding Rate: We offer boarding for cats at $25 per night 1st cat, $12 per night for every cat after the first if boarding in the same suite. If each cat requires a separate suite then rates are $22 per cat. 

Nothing can relax like a cat! At our resort, each guest has their own suite complete with beautiful beds, bowls, and their own litter box. We have a common area that features a drinking fountain, and cat tree complete with scratchers and more places to lounge.  The common area is made available to all of our guests, but some guests prefer to be given their privacy. If your cat likes action our resort is equipped with catnip, crunchy toys, soft toys, jingle toys, and chirping toys! Some cats just prefer to lounge and be pampered in which case we also do brushings, and snuggling! Our resort is all-inclusive, we strive to make your cat feel as comfortable as possible, and digestion is a big part of their comfort. Our resort asks that you would provide your cats' food that you routinely feed them at home for the duration of their stay. Upset digestion from changing foods too rapidly is not a good thing to combine with a new environment. While we tend to be a nice, quiet place for your cat to stay, they may still experience stress due to transport between locations.

Daycare RateWe offer daycare for cats Monday-Friday 7 am-7 pm, on an appointment-only basis for a whole day  $15 for the first cat, $10 for an additional cat. Half days are available for $10 for the 1st cat, $5 for any additional cats. If you need a weekend day it can be arranged pending availability.

There are a few considerations that you need to make before boarding your cat, or bringing them for daycare. You have to consider the medical needs that must met.

 

Medical:

We require all of our feline guests to be up to date on their rabies and FVRCP vaccines, as well as spayed/neutered, and proof of flea and tick medication. 

Why are these required?

Rabies vaccination requirements have helped drastically eliminate the amount of rabies cases within the United States since the conception of mandates.

FVRCP protects against 3 highly contagious and life-threatening feline diseases; Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (that's the FVR part of the vaccine name), Feline Calicivirus (represented by the C), and Feline Panleukopenia (the P at the end of the vaccine name).