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Cat Boarding

Cats are provided with time out of their kennels periodically to enjoy our scratching post, climbing, and sleeping areas. Cat condos are available for cats from one home. Our kennel is veterinary supervised. Should medical attention be required, we will see that it is provided. Any animal under our care requiring medication (excluding insulin injections) can be accommodated. Additional charges may apply.

How much is cat boarding?

Kennel night $23.00, weekly $143.00, monthly $500
Cat Condo (2 kennels joined together): night $30.00, weekly $185.00, monthly $690.00.

$2.75 per day extra charge for cats who require medication. 15% discount for multiple pets from the same household.

While our boarding and grooming facility unable to accommodate diabetics and pets with special medical needs, we can board at the clinic to ensure proper medical care.

Please call Centennial Animal Hospital at 204-269-8162  to board your diabetic cat at the hospital. 

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