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Cat Feeding - Purrfect alternative to catteries
Using catteries can cause unnecessary stress and suffering to your cat!
Although most domestic cats appear to be independent, they are territorial animals. They become very attached to their home environment and are naturally frightened of unfamiliar places. If they are removed from their territory, cats can suffer significant “separation stress”. Signs of this can include loss of appetite, spraying, scratching, hiding and excessive meowing.
- A FREE initial consultation
- A FREE text messaging service to give you peace of mind while on holiday
Your cat, like any other pet requires love, affection and attention and is best suited to its own environment, where it is used to familiar surroundings and noises.
At Paws 'N' Claws we visit your cat in your home providing visits that are for a duration of 30 minutes and we can visit however many times a day you require.
The visits consist of feeding your cat, administering any medication, cleaning litter trays, cleaning food bowls, giving cuddles, grooming etc.
In addition we will close curtains, turn lights on, collect mail and water your plants.
We are able to give your pets oral medication and are also experienced in administering diabetic insulin injections.
If you cannot see a service that meets with the level of care you require,
please contact us to arrange a service that meets with you and your pets needs.
To ensure you get the very best service Paws 'N' Claws will visit you and your pet at home to carry out a FREE initial consultation at a time to suit you. The initial consultation is to meet both you and your pet/s and ensure Paws 'n' Claws fully understand your service requirements. To help us provide the utmost care for your pets we ask you to sign a pet care agreement. You are asked to have the following information available for the completion of the pet care agreement:
- Emergency contact details
- Insurance details (if applicable)
- Microchip details (if applicable)
- Evidence of up to date vaccinations (if applicable)
- Confirmed registration with local vet along with wet contact details
- Spare house keys (if not at home when service required)
We can retain your house keys and keep them secure, or you can chose to have them returned,in which case you would need to contact us on your return to make arrangements.If you choose to leave your keys with us, we can just be a telephone call away should any emergency situation arise. For added security your house keys are kept secure and do not contain any personal information.