The Spokane Cat Hotel is located in the front half of the clinic and gets a ton of sunshine from a full wall of windows. Each cat condo (approximately 5' wide x 2.5' deep x 3' tall) features a porthole separating the litter box area from the dining/bed area. Some of the condos also open up to a "fourplex" for two or three cats from the same household to board together while still having enough space to lounge.

We provide cozy homemade blankets (courtesy of one of our wonderful clients!) and Science Diet Adult Sensitive Stomach dry food is included free of charge. Of course, you are more than welcome to bring your own food, treats, and other belongings to help your kitty feel more at home. We use Feliway (a soothing pheremone spray) in the boarding room to calm nervous kitties while they are away from home, but we find that the shy ones tend to come around pretty quickly. 

"Do you let them out to play?"
This is one of our most popular questions. The answer is that most of the time, cats get comfortable and settle into their condo and don't want to go into the main area. There are cats that are more curious and active and we have a playroom (with a window, bench seat, and ledges on the wall) where they can romp to their heart's content. 

Cats with Medical Needs
Boarding is a great option for owners who would like a higher level of care while they are away. Since we are a veterinary hospital, we are fully prepared to handle any crisis that may come up while you are away from home. If you have a cat who needs daily medication (even insulin for diabetic kitties), you can be assured that a trained veterinary staff will be administering the medication properly.

Boarding is $17.00 per cat, per night. Oral and topical medications are $2.00 per dose. Diabetic cats on insulin are charged a flat $25 per night. Please call or email if you have any questions or would like to make a reservation. As always, feel free to stop by for a tour! 

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