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Feline Medical Boarding

Introducing Our Medical Boarding Services

Dog with doctor

At Claus Paws Animal hospital our top priority is the health of all patients in our care. Feline Medical boarding is for pets who are stable but require extra supervision during their stay, such as those with chronic diseases or those requiring active assistance due to age or disability. This package includes administration of any medications, Glucose readings, subcutaneous fluids, or injections you provide.

Accommodations: Cats are housed in our regular boarding areas, which consist of all-indoor kennels in a temperature controlled feline specific room. While your feline family member is boarding with us they will have their own private kennel space. Our cat room is separate from any hustle and bustle that may be stressful. Pheromone plug-ins, music, and TV will be provided. They will be given social time in and outside of their living area in line with their personal needs. This time will include frequent contact with our skilled compassionate staff, petting, playtime, and treats you bring or treats that we have that fit dietary restrictions. We will follow all instructions for feeding, medication, and other needs. You will be given updates and photos if you wish to have that communication while you're away.

Medical supervision: Pets are monitored by both our medical staff throughout their stay. We track and record all food or water consumed, all liquid or solid waste eliminated, along with overall daily behavior and health status. Medication administration will also be recorded and blood glucose levels obtained for diabetic felines. In real time all collected data allows us to respond, adapt, and meet the complex physical and emotional needs of cats boarding with us.

What conditions qualify your cat for medical boarding?

Conditions that require Medical Boarding:

  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Heart Disease
  • Thyroid disease
  • Diabetes

Cats in need of active assistance with:

  • Medication
  • Eating/drinking
  • Elimination
  • Mobility

What's next?

  • Call us at (360) 896‑7449 to schedule an appointment.
  • Meet with a doctor for an initial exam if we haven't met your kitty cat
  • Annual exam must be up to date
  • Put together a plan with our team

Vaccinations Required

  • Rabies
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