Pet Boarding & Medical Hospitalization: For Southeast Houston, TX Felines.
Leaving your beloved pet behind is never easy; that's why choosing the right boarding facility is so important. Knowing that your kitty is in the best of hands will give you peace of mind and make your time away more enjoyable. Since all of our boarding guests are cats, you never have to worry about any pesky, barking dogs causing a ruckus.
Our feline boarding facility features two different levels of accommodation. Our standard-sized accommodations include two roomy cages connected via a porthole to separate the litter box area from the sleeping and eating areas. Our deluxe indoor condos are for the special kitty that needs extra pampering. Each condo is eight feet tall and features six different viewing levels though a large glass front door. In addition, our deluxe condos are each decorated with an individual theme, such as "Hello Kitty" and "Under the Sea." The condos are large enough to accommodate up to three kitties from the same household. So if you have two or three kitties that are inseparable, we can meet their special needs.
Unlike other kennels, kitty guests at The Feline Medical Center are cared for by our trained veterinary support staff—the same professionals who assist our veterinarians every day and are experts in cat care. Our staff will show your kitty love and affection each day. In addition, we will make sure your kitty is eating properly. While you are welcome to bring food from home for your cat, we have multiple diets available as well.
Cats With Special Needs
Our veterinary hospitalization service is designed to accommodate kitties with complex medical conditions and other special health needs. Whether your cat has diabetes, requires multiple medications, or is in need of some other form of monitoring, rest assured that he or she will be well cared for in our facility.
Reservations are required for pet boarding, so please contact us at your earliest convenience to secure your pet's stay.
Feline guests must be current on their rabies and feline distemper vaccinations and have a current negative intestinal parasite check.
Your kitty doesn't have to be an existing patient to board with us, but hopefully he or she will become one after experiencing our extra special care!