The Pampurred Puss requires that you confirm your reservation at least 3 days in advance.
Upon booking your reservation at our cat only boarding facility, please inform us of your requested drop off/pick up times-in the morning (8:30 AM-12:00 Noon). If you do not confirm your reservation, and you require special drop off or pick up arrangements outside of our normal business hours, you will be charged a $15.00 fee for each occurrence.
We require that our guests provide proof of current Rabies and FVRCP distemper vaccines. We request the latest veterinarian receipt to verify shot dates and information for these required vaccines for each guest. Leukemia vaccines are recommended but not required. Kittens must have age appropriate shots and have been examined by a veterinarian if they were not adopted from a shelter.
If your cat shows any signs of having an upper respiratory infection (URI) such as sneezing and runny eyes, we ask that you make arrangements to board them with a veterinarian. This is a contagious disease and it is not in the best interest of our clients to knowingly board unhealthy cats.
We require proof of flea prevention if your cat(s) will have access to our outside play areas. If you do not regularly use a flea preventative, we will be happy to apply a tube of Advantage flea treatment on your cat(s) for a charge of $15.00 per treatment.
We do not recommend using any Hartz or Zodiak liquid products.
Regarding medications and supplements...
If your cat requires medications or supplements...
The Pampurred Puss will not give pills (except in food) or administer shots to cats that are aggressive, unfriendly to us or bite. This policy also includes drops and creams.
The Pampurred Puss will charge $1.50 per dose. Cat owners are required to organize correct dosage and put it in a daily pill sorter clearly marked with dosing instructions. You will be charged a $5.00 fee for this service should you not comply with this policy.
The $1.50 per dose fee also applies to the dispensing of any supplements, creams or pastes.
Written instructions must be provided by pet owner regarding the appropriate dosage and frequency of all medications.