The Purrrfect Catery
Contrary to popular belief cats do socialise with one another. Feel assured that your cat will experience one-on-one care, pats and loves throughout the day without incident in the open plan environment.
- Individual accommodation will be used if required.
- The indoor area is fully heated with chairs, cushions and other hidey holes scattered throughout the cattery.
- The Catwalk or assault course was designed for cats with a sense of adventure and is very popular for the curious cat.
- Cats have the freedom to roam throughout the cattery without being restricted.
- There are sunny corners in the sun room for your cat to laze and relax.
- Older cats are our speciality and receive particular attention that the elderly deserve.
- We have a vet on call should we need to seek medical attention for your cat.
- Any medication should be clearly marked on the container to correct instructions for application and frequency. This excludes diabetic cats.
- A current vaccination certificate is essential.
Prices INCLUDE the first and last day of booking and are inclusive of GST.
|1 cat $20 per day|
|2 cat (family) $38 per day|
Full payment is required on arrival.
Payment is by cash, cheque or internet transfer. No EFTPOS or Credit Card facilities available.
For internet transfer please use the details provided. A copy of your transfer receipt is essential when checking in.
An up-to-date vaccination certificate is essential to board your pet.
NO VACCINATION – NO STAY
Kittens will need to have completed all their vaccinations for boarding from 16 weeks of age.
Vaccinations must be up to: C3 for dogs and F3 for cats.
There are some nasty diseases that our cats can fall victim to. These can include:
- Enteritis: can cause severe disease in unvaccinated kittens between 3 and 5 months of age, causes fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, liver failure and even sudden death.
- Feline Calici Virus: causes sneezing, conjunctivitis, ulcers on the gums and tongue.
- Feline Rhinotrachetitis: causes sneezing, depression, can lead to permanent nasal and sinus infection.
The vaccination against these three diseases is called a F3.
Vaccinations should form part of your annual check up with your vet. Your vet will provide professional advice and will advise you if a vaccination is required for your individual animal. Vaccinations reduce the chance and severity of infections and make recovery quicker.