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Your cat’s medical care

We are happy to accept cats that are on routine medication provided their medical condition is stable. We are trained to administer tablets and injections as necessary according to the owner’s instructions.

Disclosure of any medical condition or concern is really important. If we have not been given information about your cat’s health it may lead to unnecessary worry and veterinary costs if we think that a problem has arisen during the cat’s stay with us.

Please note: we will not accept any cat that is acutely unwell on admission.

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Bring all medication with you

Please ensure that you bring all medication with you and make sure there are adequate supplies for the duration of your cat’s stay.

Make sure that you give us all details of the care required for your cat such as times to administer medication. Please also provide us with the name and contact details of your own veterinary surgeon should we need to consult them regarding your cat’s health and ongoing care.

Bring all medication with you

Please ensure that you bring all medication with you and make sure there are adequate supplies for the duration of your cat’s stay.

Make sure that you give us all details of the care required for your cat such as times to administer medication. Please also provide us with the name and contact details of your own veterinary surgeon should we need to consult them regarding your cat’s health and ongoing care.

Vaccination, Flea and worm information

Please ensure that you can show evidence of a full and up to date vaccination history for your cat.

We take the risk of flea and worm infestation very seriously and request that all cats are fully treated against flea and worm infestation prior to admission. We reserve the right to treat any cat found to have fleas or worms during their stay and the owner will be liable for the cost of any treatment required.

At Catseye Cattery we regret we cannot accept admission of any entire male cat over the age of 9 month.

Veterinary practice

We have close links with a local veterinary practice and reserve the right to request a full clinical examination if we feel that your cat is unwell whilst in our care (please refer to full terms and conditions).

However, it is an advantage, particularly if your cat has an established medical condition, for us to contact your regular veterinary surgeon in the event of any problem, as they will hold details of any relevant past medical history.

Veterinary practice

We have close links with a local veterinary practice and reserve the right to request a full clinical examination if we feel that your cat is unwell whilst in our care (please refer to full terms and conditions).

However, it is an advantage, particularly if your cat has an established medical condition, for us to contact your regular veterinary surgeon in the event of any problem, as they will hold details of any relevant past medical history.

Insurance

All caring and conscientious cat owners will appreciate the value of full medical insurance cover for their cat. Please ensure that you give us details for use in the unlikely event of any problems whilst you are away.

Catseye Cattery holds fully comprehensive insurance to cover all the cats in our care. (details are available on request)

If you have any particular concerns and wish to contact us whilst you are away, please discuss this with us at time of booking.

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What vaccinations does my cat need to have?

Regulations stipulate that all cats boarding in a cattery must have a valid certificate for cat flu (feline herpesvirus and feline calcivirus) and feline enteritis (feline panleukopenia virus). Some vets also use additional vaccinations against feline chlamydiosis and feline leukaemia virus. These additional vaccinations are not essential for cattery boarding ad the cats will not have any contact with each other during their stay.

Vaccinations should have been done at least seven days before arrival at the cattery. If they are done less than a week there is a risk that your cat’s immunity levels may be low and they may not be fully protected against infection.

We regret that we will not accept any cat into the cattery if they have never been vaccinated.

What records do you keep about me and do you share this?

We keep your personal details including name, address, tel number. Email address and your cat’s details. Please refer to our Privacy Policy at the foot of this page. We’ll NEVER share any of your data unless you ask us to do so.

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