Instead of worrying about Tigger’s diabetes or Benny’s fear of other cats when you’re 3,000 miles away, you can enjoy your pina colada on the beach and use that extra brain space to remember to put that sunscreen on.
Veterinary Cat Boarding for Chronic Conditions
One of the very best reasons to choose a veterinarian here in Shirley for your cat boarding needs? They’re great at handling pets with medical conditions. Do you have a cat with chronic diabetes that needs regular shots? How about a pet with kidney disease that can only receive a special diet? Veterinary boarding facilities mean that your pet is being cared for by highly qualified and well-trained staff who know what the warning signs are for a health crisis and who have a dozen tricks just to get a cat to swallow a pill. And if your cat does have any health needs while you’re away, they’ll be in the best hands possible at the vet clinic.
Whether it’s a surprise weekend getaway or a family emergency, not all travel is planned out well in advance. It’s important to know where you would prefer to board your cat before an event like this comes up. That way, you won’t be stuck making last minute decisions that could impact your pet’s health. We often suggest you put all the numbers for an animal emergency up on your fridge or in an easily accessible place in your home. This should include your preferred cat boarding facility. Whether it’s you or your partner calling for Easter travel or your pet sitter with an emergency of their own, it’s useful information to have on hand.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a cat boarding stay, please feel free to reach out to us at Shirley Veterinary Hospital.