Cat Boarding

Clean, cozy and quiet boarding for cats with room to play!

Two cats in the cat boarding areaThe boarding facility at Adana is built for cats to enjoy their time away from home. Our cat loving staff is highly trained in attending to cats of all personalities; they are able to medicate cats too. The boarding area is very clean and quiet. We do not board dogs so any barking is minimal. Each cat has an individual laminate cage with a shelf for the cat to rest. For families with several cats the condos have a very nice feature, a porthole that can be opened by staff between the cages to allow familiar cats to share several condos next to one another.

In the cat boarding area is a large exercise pen: It is a 6 foot tall 5 by 3 foot structure with shelves, window-view to birds and trees, sisal scratching posts, and natural branches. All cats get a chance to individually visit the play area each day to break the routine of boarding. We find that most cats do extremely well in our setting. Our forms for boarding are available online.

Cat boarding condos and exercise pen

Cat boarding condos and exercise pen

Come for a visit

The staff is always happy to give you a tour and showcase the boarding area. Call ahead for the best time to stop in.

If your cat has boarded with us previously, you can make a boarding reservation by calling or contacting us at staff@adanavet.com.

If your cat is new to boarding at Adana Veterinary Clinic, please call one of our friendly receptionists for help and information when making a boarding reservation.

Boarding cat

We welcome all: Healthy cats and kittens, cats with special needs, geriatrics, cats on multiple medications and cats with diabetes.

Cats with medical needs are more than welcome to board at Adana. As we are a veterinary facility, our staff is trained in closely observing cats with special needs. We can give oral and topical medications, subcutaneous fluids, insulin injections, as well as monitoring elderly or blind cats.  We provide individualized care for "special needs" cats.

Cat Friendly Practice

 

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