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Are The Vaccination Requirements of Boarding Catteries Unnecessarily Stringent? — 2 Comments

  1. As a pet sitter, I have found that most pets feel better in their own homes. Having sat for everything from hamsters to horses, I have seen first hand the difference in the pets’ reactions to staying home rather than a strange facility, where they don’t get the one-on-one attention and care. While I can’t stay all day or all night, I do try to give each pet the attention, love, and time they want and deserve.

  2. The majority of cat owners I know, and ourselves choose to have a pet sitter come in at least once a day so the cats can stay at home. I looked at one and it did not require re vaccinating but you also signed away holding the cattery responsible if you cat contracted one of those diseases. And with cats stress alone can trigger the herpes virus. For me a cat with a chip and verifiable vaccination records and a daily dose of llyisne would make more sense.

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