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Civic Feline Clinic

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Why should I board my cat?

If you are planning on travelling for weeks, days or even just overnight, consider boarding your friend in a familiar environment where she is known and loved. You can enjoy your travel knowing your companion is being cared for in our safe, secure facility.

tabby kitten in a playful stance


Civic Feline Clinic provides cat only boarding for our established clients. Clients who board their cats with Civic Feline Clinic have the added assurance of having a vet onsite and on call during their stay, along with regular attention and care given by our experienced and professional staff. Civic Feline Clinic is a fully alarmed and fire protected facility, allowing you to completely relax while you're away. We have varying sizes of cages with clinic supplied scratching resources. We also hang privacy towels to help decrease stress and provide the opportunity for your cat to hide and feel safe.

Please Note: We do not have a kennel attendant stay overnight.

A couple things to note before you book:

  • Your cat must be a current patient of the clinic (an exam must have been performed within the past year) .

  • Your cat must be current on the Rabies and FVRCP vaccines.

  • Bring all medications with you.

  • Feedings are usually done twice a day, but we are happy to accommodate free feeding or a modified schedule.

  • Cages are cleaned daily and fresh litter and water provided in the morning and evening.

  • You are welcome (and encouraged) to bring bedding or toys from home that help your kitty relax while here.

Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Pick-up and drop-off hours for boarding are Monday - Friday between 8am - 4pm, and on Saturdays between 8am - 12pm. The clinic is closed to the public on Sundays.