WHAT DO YOU DO IN AN EMERGENCY?
Our job is to make sure that your cat is happy, safe, and well looked after. With all this being said, though, we know that accidents can happen, and cats may become poorly when you are away.
We check on each and every one of our cat customers at least once every day, so if anything were to happen, we’d know about it quickly. Of course, we would contact you to let you know, and we would ensure that we get your cat veterinary help as soon as possible. If it is a dire veterinary emergency where time is of the essence we will immediately take your cat to the Burlington Emergency Veterinary Service in Williston, Vermont.
We would keep you up-to-date following any accidents or illnesses, and you can rest assured that we will look after your cat as if they were our own. We always make sure that we have contact details for your vet. Of course, you’ll need to cover any veterinary charges incurred, but that is something that we can sort out on your return.
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Elizabeth Llewellyn lives in South Burlington, Vermont with her three cats. She has owned a cat sitting service since 2002 and has worked professionally with cats in a variety of settings including, veterinary, boarding and breeding catteries, and rescue organizations. Elizabeth is a qualified feline welfare and behaviour specialist.