A Home Away From Home
No one wants to leave their cat somewhere while they're out of town especially if they are ill or recovering. At Lafayette Companion Animal Hospital, we are here to ease all of the stress during this process.
We provide complete general cat boarding services for all of our feline patients, and medical boarding services for cats with conditions that would fall beyond the scope of a standard boarding facility.
Our cat condo consists of 8 spacious Condos and 2 larger Townhouses for your feline friends to stay in while you are away. Your cat has the opportunity to have playtime as well as individualized attention and a variety of toys to play with.
A Typical Day
Your cat will be fed according to your specifications and their requirements, to ensure there are minimal changes to their daily schedule.
We provide daily one-on-one interaction with kitties (if they want to be social!) including play, snuggles, and pets. Litter boxes are checked, cleaned and disinfected regularly throughout the day. Additionally, we refresh linens and clean your kitty's room daily.
Your pet will be monitored by our expert veterinarians and nurses, who will administer medications and watch over them closely. Any required medications will be administered to your pet following the same schedule they are used to at home.
FAQs About Cat Boarding
We're serious animal lovers, and our whole team enjoys giving our boarders all the attention and care they deserve while they're staying with us.
Read our FAQs for answers to our most frequently asked questions about pet boarding at Lafayette Companion Animal Hospital.
If you have further questions about boarding, please feel free to contact us!
- What accommodations and amenities do you have?
We've got everything your pet needs for a fun, recuperative and safe stay, including the following accommodations and amenities:
- Climate-controlled facility
- Comfy, cozy beds for each guest
- Clean towels, blankets, and bowls
- Individual space for each cat
- Ample daily playtime with staff
- Special diet accommodations
- Is there a limit to the number of cats I can board at a time?
We have a large facility and are able to accommodate several cats at once, provided you give us sufficient notice.
Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to board feline family members together.
- How much does cat boarding cost?
Boarding fees vary based on the duration of the stay and special medical requirements. That said, our pricing is affordable and competitive, and we welcome you to contact us for a quote.
- What time should I drop off and pick up my cat?
All cats must be dropped off or picked up during regular office hours. Reservations are recommended, especially for holidays and summer weekends. During these times, we recommend that you call 2-3 weeks in advance to increase the chance that a spot will be available.
- What should I pack for my cat?
Food: We provide food for pets staying with us. However, please feel free to bring enough of your cat's regular food to last the duration of the stay.
Medication: If your pet takes any medication, bring it along for our staff to administer.
Toys: If your cat has a special toy or two, bring them along.
- What if my cat needs to take medication?
We will be glad to administer your cat's medications while they are with us.
- Can I get updates about my cat during their stay?
Yes, feel free to call us during your cat's stay for updates. If there is a problem, we will contact you via the emergency contact information you provide.
- How should I prepare for my cat's stay?
Each animal is different. To prepare for your cat's stay with us, we'll take the following steps to ensure that we can meet their unique needs.
Step 1: Contact us to get started
Call us to book, and to discuss details about your cat and your boarding needs. A member of our team will be happy to coordinate your booking.
Please note that, due to the nature of our accommodations, we do not accept unaltered cats and they must be up to date with all vaccinations and free of fleas and ticks to stay at our facility.
Step 2: Set your pet up for success
On the day you drop your pet off with us, there are a few steps you can take to help reduce any stress your cat may feel.
Spend some extra time with your cat beforehand, and make sure they get some playtime so that they are feeling calm. When you arrive at our facility, stay calm, cheerful and confident during the separation.