Many of our boarders are at home in a house with a garden. They go outside to do their toilet. The owner doesn’t necessarily learn too much of this aspect of his/her cat’s behaviour.
With individual accommodation, we look carefully at the cat’s litter tray. Sometimes (maybe an older male cat), we can see that the cat has not urinated, or that he has difficulties in urinating. This tells us that a vet’s visit is necessary.
Sometimes we find a trace of blood, or worms in the stools, and with only one cat in this chalet, it’s obvious which cat has the problem.
Our medical box also includes a new thermometer
We can give medications according to your instructions, or those of the vet. There is no extra charge for this. There is a veterinary questionnaire to complete before we accept your cat. We accept cats which have been vaccinated (leucose, coryza), and which are neutered. The cat should be in good health, or if not, then under on-going veterinary treatment. We may refuse to accept a cat showing signs of illness without a current veterinary diagnosis. We don’t accept feral cats.
Chatil de Lomagne is a unique special place. We’ve looked all over for a pension for our shy cat. There is nothing like Jennifer’s. She knows the quirks and preferences of each of her guests. She spends time with each of them everyday (every chalet has a chair). The accommodations are roomy, with lots of places to climb and with a private dark area to hide and sleep in as well. The clear walls of the structure allow every cat to see outside. We tried other pensions before we found the Chatil de Lomagne. We’d return from a trip and our cat would take several days to detraumatize. With Jennifer she settles in and is at home. Our cat has twice stayed for periods of two months, with no lingering stress.