My Bailey Boy loves to stay at House of Hounds. After being hospitalized two days he had to be borded for a week while we were put of town and the staff handled all his meds and special diet so when we picked him up he was well on his way to a full recovery. This is a great place for your pets also!
Leaving town for the weekend or how about that extended vacation? While you’re away, treat your cats to a stay in our luxury cat playrooms! Here they can enjoy the comfort and freedom of home in our cage-free environment or their very own private suite!
Our group and private rooms are real rooms, not cages, located in a quiet and separate upstairs area in our Charleston location. Your feline companion will have many cat towers to choose from, with full-sized windows and a huge sunroom overlooking the outdoor dog play area, The Bark Yard. With plenty of sunlight to bathe in, your cat is sure to enjoy their stay here!
We visit your cats three times a day for 20 minutes. Each visit we clean the litter box, give fresh water, feed any snacks, treats, or medicine they might need and most importantly we will spend time giving your cats love and attention!
We can text you pictures and videos if you like!
Overnight boarding is $25 per night. 10% discount to multi-cat families!
Checkout time is 10am. Hourly daycare will apply after 10am until pickup time.
Giving medication is no additional charge.
Cats groom themselves right? Some short haired cats can manage to keep themselves clean; however long haired cats need daily combing or regular visits to a groomer. But, lets face it: they typically don’t jump in the shower, soap up, rinse off, blow dry and comb out their fur. They certainly don’t trim their claws, they sharpen them! Elderly cats especially can have trouble grooming themselves properly.
A typical grooming takes around an hour or two depending on what is being done. Most of the cats are good for the grooming and in some way are glad to be fresh and clean!
We do not sedate. If you think your cat would be too stressed and would require sedation to be groomed, then we recommend you contact your veterinarian . We always recommend trying it without sedation first. It never hurts to try! We hope to meet your feline friend soon!
In order to be groomed, cats must be up-to-date on the following vaccinations:
FeLV (Feline Leukemia Negative)
For boarding, these additionally need to be up-to-date:
FIV (Feline Aids Negative)
Revolution (Flea and Heartworm Preventative)
Vaccines must be administered at least three days prior to boarding or grooming. A record of immuniz
ations must be provided.