All cats must arrive at the cattery in a suitable, secure carrier. This will be kept with your cat in their allocated pen.
All cats must be currently vaccinated against Cat Flu and Feline enteritis.Certificates must be provided and will be kept with your cat for the duration of the stay.
All cats must be treated for fleas and worms prior to boarding. If a cat is found to have fleas or worms treatment will be given and you will be charged accordingly on your return.
In the event of your cat/s becoming ill whilst boarding, they will be taken to our local veterinary surgeon which is Downland Veterinary Group in Barnham or out of hours in Bognor. A signed Veterinary Authorisation form will be required for every booking.
All boarders are insured for veterinary treatment for conditions developing whilst boarding up to a cost of £2,000. The owner will be liable for any cost above this figure or for costs incurred due to an existing condition.
We reserve the right to refuse admission to any cat arriving in a condition which is considered to present a possible health risk to other boarders.
Male cats over nine months old will only be admitted if they are neutered.
Any cat left abandoned on the premises will be handed over to the RSPCA or other rescue centre.
Cats are admitted at their owners risk, although every care and attention will be given and assured.
Charges will apply to the day of arrival and collection.
Cats arriving after their arrival date or collected before their departure date will still be charged for the full term of their booking.
Cancellations with 14 days or less notice will be subject to the minimum charge.
Cancellations with 7 days or less notice will be charged 50% of the whole booking. (subject to the min. charge)