having a snooze.
Gonzo performing for his
health of our guests is of paramount importance. We require a veterinarian’s verification that your cat is
healthy and current with distemper (FVRCP) and Rabies shots. You can bring the vet record when you and kitty arrive or ask
your vet to fax the records to us at our 24 hour fax number (805.898.9168)
welcome at 4 months of age or older and by age 8 months must be
pride ourselves on a flea-free environment!
Every arriving guest goes directly to his or her room or suite
and stays there for the first overnight. If the new arrival
brought unwanted visitors we will find “flea dirt”
(physical evidence of fleas) in the room the next morning and we will administer (and charge for) Advantage®
and/or Capstar® treatments. This policy
protects our open resort environment.
favorite towel, blanket, T-shirt, or pillow that smells like home (and
you) is welcome but strictly optional. Please label your
cat's soft goods with your name in indelible ink.
You are free to bring
your kitty's favorite toys, but you should be aware that toys tend to be
carried around the shop and "shared" by other cats - we cannot guarantee
that your kitty's toys will be returned, but we do have a large supply
of "exchange" toys.
we furnish the Wellness™ dry food line, matched to the lifecycle of our
houseguests, (for example, Wellness™ Kitten for kittens), and we sell high
quality wet food, you may wish to bring your own food if your kitty is
sensitive to dietary changes.
There is no extra charge for twice-daily room service (dispensing
phone numbers, and email addresses where you can be reached and the name, number,
and email address of a local
friend or family contact who can speak for you are required;
this is particularly important when you are traveling internationally.
Your local contacts are welcome to visit
your kitty at the hotel while you’re away as well!
Medications and dietary supplements are
administered as requested.
There are additional charges for administering food supplements,
vitamins, medications, insulin and other injections, and subcutaneous hydration therapy