All cats must be fully vaccinated against Cat Flu (Feline Calicivirus) and Feline Infectious Enteritis and must have had a prescription flea treatment such as Stronghold, Advocate etc. NOT Frontline, Broadline or products from a pet shop.
Neutered males only please.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AND BRING
Your cat must arrive in a proper cat carrier which may also be used in case of a Veterinary visit or stay.
It will be comforting for your cat if you bring bedding and blankets that you use at home although this is not a necessity
Toys & treats (no need to bring Dreamies, we supply them already!)
Scratching post or pad (recommended)
Copies of vaccination cards with microchip number for each cat boarded
When you arrive you will be asked to fill in an Authorisation for veterinary treatment form giving full permission for any treatment necessary in case you cannot be contacted whilst away together with some details in the registration book-
Home Telephone number (this is essential as I sometimes need to contact you after your cats stay)
Emergency contact number (again essential)
Details of any health problems
Date of last vaccinations
Date of last flea treatment and product used
You may also write anything else that you want me to know about and bring that along with you
Bookings & Holiday Periods
Bookings can be made over the phone but please be aware that we are very busy during Bank holidays and school holidays and we genuinely urge you to book early to avoid disappointment.
No minimum stay throughout the year except over the Christmas period, 3 consecutive days, 24th to 26th December.
Cats cannot be received or collected on the 24th, 25th or 26th of December.
LOCAL COLLECTION OR DELIVERY
I can collect or deliver your cat if required, a small charge may apply depending on distance.
I have Petplan Sanctuary insurance cover.
Vet fees up to £1,500.00 in case of illness etc incurred whilst in the cattery, this excludes any pre existing conditions. Exclusions apply, a copy of the policy terms and conditions can be viewed at the cattery.
Broomhurst Cattery is licensed by Hart District Council for 30 cats.