Board your cat with confidence at our animal hospital.
Your cat is a member of your family, so when you need to go out of town for fun or for business, it’s hard to know who to entrust with their care while you’re away. Instead of worrying about where to take your cat, book a boarding spot at Plaza Veterinary Hospital and rest easy knowing your cat will be well cared for.
During your cat’s stay at our boarding facility in Burlington, North Carolina, your cat will be fed on schedule, and in a safe environment that is monitored regularly. We can also make sure medications are looked after if needed. Even if your cat is hesitant to stay at our facilities at first, they will feel comfortable and right at home in no time, thanks to the level of care we provide. We know leaving your cat behind can also be tough on you, so please don’t hesitate to contact us to check up during their stay. We are always happy to talk to you, answer your questions, and assure you of your cat’s wellbeing!
We offer a limited number of boarding spaces any day of the year. Given our limited space, we do recommend reserving your cat’s spot, especially for holiday weekends, in advance. All cats staying in our hospital must be current on vaccines for their safety and the safety of our other patients — no exceptions.
Put your cat into the care of our compassionate, highly trained staff here at Plaza Veterinary Hospital. To reserve your boarding spot or to find out more about what our boarding facilities offer, please reach out to us today.
FAQs About Cat Boarding
If you are preparing to travel without your cat, it’s only natural to be concerned about the care your cat will receive while you are away. Our team at Plaza Veterinary Hospital understands that you may be nervous about leaving your cat at a boarding facility like ours, so to set your mind at ease, we have provided the answers to some of the questions we receive most often.
How will my cat be cared for at your cat boarding facility?
When you board your cat with us, our expert animal caregivers will ensure that all their needs are met. We feed our animal boarders on a schedule and check on them to make sure that all is well. We can administer medication if required. Even if your cat seems nervous at first, we promise they will soon feel right at home with our professional boarding environment. You can even call our team to receive updates on their wellbeing if you start to miss them too much.
Do I need to book a spot in advance?
Our cat boarding facility has limited space, so we are only able to offer a certain number of spots. Because of this, we do recommend that you reserve a place for your cat in advance, especially if you are planning to travel during a holiday weekend or popular vacation time.
Does your facility have vaccine requirements?
Yes. We require all cats staying in our hospital to be current on their vaccine schedules, both for their safety and for the safety of all the other cats boarding with us.