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Cats can be sensitive to diet changes. We request that you bring a supply of your cat's regular diet for their stay to minimize the chances that a change will upset their intestinal system. Otherwise, we will try to feed food from our supply that is similar if possible. Please specify your cat's dietary regimen below and check appropriate boxes.
We have an abundant supply of towels, blankets, bedding, and toys to keep your cat comfortable and happy. Personal items left may need to be washed and could be damaged or misplaced. Therefore items with sentimental value should not be left. If you do choose to leave personal items, please provide us with a list of these items and any specific instructions you wish us to follow.
1. Examination by one of our veterinarians within the last 6 months subject to attending veterinarian's recommendations based on cat's age and current health status.
2. Current vaccination status: FVRCP (Distemper/Upper Respiratory Viruses) and Rabies vaccination are typically required every 3 years for most cats. Feline Leukemia vaccination is often required yearly for cats that go outside. Exact vaccine requirements are up to the discretion of The Cat Doctor Veterinary Staff.
3. Flea Prevention/treatment (Cheristin, Advantage, Revolution, Frontline or approved equivalent) applied to your cat in the last 30 days. (Cats not current on an approved flea prevention will need to be treated at owner's expense).
4. Feline Leukemia (Felv) and Feline Aids (FIV) status must be known for every boarding cat. Cats that have never been tested will need to be at the owner's expense. Cats that are outdoors and have exposure to other cats should be tested yearly.
If your cat is past due for any of the above items, please discuss this with our staff. Your cat will need to be examined and these items updated at your expense. If your cat has had allergic reactions to vaccines or other medications, or has a medical condition that precludes these requirements, we will need to discuss and make exception arrangements.
Our primary goal is the reasonable protection of all of our boarders, patients, and staff from unnecessary exposure to infections diseases.
Cats that become ill, or do not eat for 48 hours will be examined by one of our veterinarians and may be treated at the owner's expense. Any treatments deemed necessary for the comfort of your cat will be implemented immediately at the owner's expense.