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Cat Boarding FAQs
You may be going out of town for business or a vacation and you don’t want to burden family, friends or neighbors with the task of looking after your beloved animal companion. Like many pet owners in your situation, you are now interested in boarding your cat in a cat hospital, but you have a few questions before booking an appointment.
At A Cat Hospital, our Las Vegas veterinary team is proud of the good reputation we have earned for providing cat boarding pet owners know they can depend on. Here are answers to frequently asked questions we receive about cat boarding.
How often will you check in on my cat?
We look in on each cat periodically throughout the day, in between providing regular meals and water, cleaning the litter box and providing companionship to the felines.
Do I need to bring food and water?
We provide filtered water and high quality, nutritious food for the cats staying in our facility. Please feel free to bring your cat’s favorite treats (as well as a toy) to make the animal more comfortable.
What training does your staff undergo?
Each member of our team is supervised by veterinarians. We provide comprehensive training to the staff so they can quickly see if a feline under our care is experiencing discomfort. Our staff helps all types of cats, from the shyest to the most boisterous.
My cat has a chronic condition. Is your facility set up to take care of sick animals?
Yes, we have a staff of veterinary professionals and our team will be briefed on any medical concerns for your cat, including medication details, special feeding instructions and any need for special types of care and attention.
Our staff is attuned to the needs of felines. To that end, our state-of-the-art facility offers calm and peaceful environment. Our medical professionals are standing by to provide treatment for your cat if it is sick or injured or becomes unwell while staying here.
Unlike hospitals that treat more than one kind of creature, we focus on felines. This means that you don’t need to worry about dogs making noise and alarming your beloved feline when you entrust it to our care. Since we are a strictly feline facility, the pets can feel relaxed and at ease during their stay here.
Knowing that you have access to a reputable pet facility where you can leave your cat during out-of-town trips will give you peace of mind. If you have further questions about what’s involved in boarding your cat at our facility call us at (702) 454-4400. Our warm and caring Las Vegas veterinarians are ready to set up your appointment.