You love your cat or kitten, and they are members of the family. But will likely be times when you have to travel, and bringing along your favorite feline may not be an option. Choosing a pet boarding facility that is also a veterinary clinic provides an additional layer of peace of mind. At Nashville Cat Clinic, we are prepared to take care of your cat's physical and psychological needs while you are away. We want to allow you to feel comfortable knowing your cat is safe and well cared for. Following are the answers to questions our veterinarian frequently receives regarding pet boarding.
Will I need to provide medical information?
Yes, you should be prepared to provide your cat's complete medical history along with a record of vaccinations. Rabies and distemper vaccines must be up to date. Your cat should also be flea and tick-free not only for their benefit but for all the other cats who are boarding. If your cat has any special medical needs, it is comforting to know our veterinarian is available should the need arise. We can accommodate giving medication or a special diet.
Will my cat be alone in its quarters?
Yes, cats are boarded in their own space where they can relax. Our goal is to help your cat relax and get over the anxiety of being separated from its owner. We will provide the bed, the blanket, the litter, and food.
Will I get updates about their stay?
We understand it is stressful for owners to leave their pets, and we aim to put you at ease. If you would like, we will send you text messages updating you about your cat’s stay. If anything comes up, we will make sure you get all the information you need to feel comfortable knowing your cat is well cared for.
Will my cat get time with a human?
We are happy to provide playtime and human interaction with our caregivers to ease your cat's anxiety. If your cat has high energy levels, playtime may also be incorporated. We can also combine a boarding stay with some necessary services your cat may require such as grooming and veterinary care.
Pet Boarding in Nashville
If your kitten or cat needs a place to stay while you are out of town, contact Nashville Cat Clinic Today. Our veterinarian and team of pet boarding professionals will ensure your cat has a safe and enjoyable stay. For more information or to schedule your cat’s stay, call us at (615) 361-1844.