In the interest of all our guests, it is necessary that all cats staying at The Cat’s Pajamas must hold a current vaccination certificate for FVRCP within the last three years. We reserve the right to refuse cats whose certificates are not up to date.

    If your cat is due for vaccines, please ensure that they are done at least ten days before your expected stay at the kennel.

    We regret that we do not have facilities for un-neutered or un-spayed cats. When we accept cats for boarding, we assume that they come to us free of fleas. If we find that a cat has fleas while in our care, we will treat with a vet-recommended flea formula. Please let us know in advance if your cat is on any flea prevention formula.

    In the unlikely event that your cat takes ill while staying with us, we will not hesitate to call your vet. If it is not possible to reach your own vet (we will request their contact details when you confirm your booking with us), then we will consult a local vet. We charge a nominal fee of $25 to transport your cat to our vet if the need arises. The cost of any vet services will be added to your bill. If your cat is sneezing prior to boarding you must have him or her checked by your veterinarian.

    Special Needs
    As the kennel is run by a Registered Veterinary Technologist, special needs kitties are very welcome. We take special effort to make sure that cats that require medications or that have physical limitations are comfortable.

    Diets and Medication
    When booking your cat in with us, we will discuss all of your feline dietary and other needs. If your cat is on any kind of medication, we will take full instructions. Diabetics are very welcome! There will be an extra charge for medicating. Prices will vary according to your specific needs.

    Checking In
    We are open seven days a week for your convenience (with a few exceptions…see kennel hours). We charge by the night, so you can pick up or drop off at your convenience during the business hours. To allow enough time for any special instructions, paperwork, and settling in of cats, new clients should arrive no later than a half-hour before our posted closing times.

    We go to great lengths to ensure the highest level of sanitation throughout our facilities. We thoroughly disinfect all litter boxes,litter scoops, food bowls, and all accommodations to maintain the highest levels of hygiene possible.

    Though each of our guests is allowed to wander around our facilities several times a day, as a key part of our hygienic practice, we never allow cats who are not from the same family to wander freely with any other cats. This practice is not only vital to hygiene but individual accommodations are crucial in allowing us to properly monitor and maintain the eating and eliminating habits and general health of our guests.

    What To Bring
    While we provide litter boxes, bedding and dishes, some cats would like some familiar items from home. Feel free to bring bedding or a sweater you have worn, a favourite toy or dishes. These items may help reduce your cats stress and make settling in a little easier!

    We carry some varieties of dry and wet food, but if we do not carry your food, we ask that you provide it so that your cat does not experience intestinal upset (vomiting and diarrhoea).

Single kennel for one cat $10/night
Medium kennel for one cat $14/night
Large kennel $16/night for one cat or $22/night for two cats
Suite $20/night for one cat Each additional cat $6/night up to 6 cats