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Frequently Asked Questions

I am happy to administer medication to your cat! Vets will routinely prescribe treatments to help with a variety of conditions, some of which are age related. They are easy to administer, are palatable & well tolerated.

Don’t be afraid to take your vet’s advice regarding starting treatment, as many medications actually slow down the progression of a disease (& that HAS to be a good thing!)

When you decide to use Vanilla Whiskers for the first time, I will arrange to visit to discuss your requirements and get to know you and your cat(s) for example, their likes, dislikes, routines, habits, special diets and medication.

I then make daily visits to your cat over the agreed period.

Please leave sufficient cat food, cat litter, medication, scoop, waste bags & cleaning materials.

When you decide to use Vanilla Whiskers for the first time, I will arrange to visit to discuss your requirement, at this meeting access and security will be discussed specifically and you will also be able to demonstrate your security system (if you have one) and provide me with a spare set of house keys.

Every precaution is taken in respect of security and the keys you provide are stored securely and not identified in any way as belonging to particular premises. Some clients who use my services regularly prefer to leave a set of keys with us permanently.

No I don’t do any dog walking or dog sitting. I feel that it’s really important that I don’t turn up at a ‘cat’ house smelling of dogs especially as many cats are not used to doggy smells.

Areas covered include Sowerby Bridge, Triangle, Ripponden, Barkisland, Greetland, Copley, West Vale, Savile Park, Skircoat Green, Halifax town centre, Pye Nest, Trimmingham, Willowfield & Kebroyd. Bookings are accepted/declined at the discretion of Vanilla Whiskers.

Contact me for more details: 07734817788

Your cat will be relaxed and happy at home but he/she may prefer a radio left on in the background, especially if this is a feature of your normal home life.

Radios can be left on permanently, or simply left on a timer, along with the house lights.