What do I need to do before I come to the cattery?
You need to make sure that your cat's vaccinations will be up to date.
Contact your Vet at least a month in advance of your visit and tell them that you'll be boarding your cat.
Please bring your cat's vaccination records so that we can check them on arrival.
On the day of your arrival you must ensure that you TRANSPORT YOUR CATS INSIDE SECURE CARRIERS.
THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS RULE !
What should I bring to the cattery? Should I bring my cat's food/litter tray/toys?
If your cat needs medication please bring enough for the duration of their stay.
We have most of the common cat food brands - if your cat requires special food (from your vet) please bring a supply.
Apart from that we supply everything that your cat will need (food bowls, litter tray, toys, bedding).
Feel free to bring some favourite items from home if you like !
What happens if my cat becomes unwell during their stay?
When you arrive at the cattery we will make a note of your vet's contact details.
In the unlikely event that your pet shows signs of being unwell or if Cliodhna is concerned for their health we will contact you and your vet.
Can my cats share a unit?
Cats from the same family that get on well together can share a unit so that they can hang out together.
If you've more than two cats we have some units where we can remove a panel so that your cats can use two units together.