We are proud to say that our fees are inclusive of branded quality food, bedding and lots of tender loving care, in a stress free environment. There are no "hidden extras" we do not charge extra for administering medication, such as insulin injections, nor would we dream of charging an owner to give a cat a cuddle -those are automatic! Only cats from the same home may share. Our prices from 1st August 2023
|One cat in a chalet
|£12.00 per day
|Two cats sharing
|£18.00 per day
|Three cats sharing
|£23.00 per day
|Four cats sharing
|£25.00 per day
Minimum charge of £25.00 for a short stay less than 3 days
Between 24th December and 2nd January a minimum charge of £40.00 will apply
We charge a full days board for the day of arrival and the day of departure, as the chalet is only available for your cat on those days.
We can accept payment of boarding fees by cash, cheque and bacs transfer payment should be made at the time of collection or in the case of long term boarders, we would appreciate if accounts are paid monthly.
IF A CAT IS COLLECTED BEFORE THE END OF THE BOOKED PERIOD FEES ARE STILL PAYABLE FOR THE WHOLE OF THAT BOOKED PERIOD. THIS IS NECESSARY AS WE MAY HAVE HAD TO TURN DOWN OTHER BOOKINGS FOR THAT PERIOD.
We reserve the right to request a cancellation fee if a booking is cancelled with less than 14 days notice, particularly during peak periods.
Please remember only vaccinated cats can be accepted. A current vaccination certificate against cat flu and feline enteritis must be provided on arrival at the cattery. All cats should be treated against fleas and be up to date on worming treatments before boarding.
We regret that males over the age of nine months, which have not been neutered cannot be accepted for boarding.
Please be aware that whilst every effort is made to ensure that your cat is able to go straight into the chalet we have allocated for him/her on arrival, on very rare occasions during our busiest periods, with unforeseen circumstances due to mishaps, flight delays and indeed people lack of punctuality. There may be a very short delay which may incur the use of an alternative chalet or holding pen. This will at all times be kept to a minimum. As it is our mission to ensure that all cats in our charge receive the best care and attention.
Failure to collect the pet and the failure to notify us, of any delays in writing, within fourteen days, will lead to the proprietor deciding that the cat has been abandoned. Further action will be at the proprietors discretion.
Regards David & Maggie