Point Loma In-Home Cat Brdng

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I will only take my cats to Point Loma In Home Cat Boarding! Kare provides a wonderful, caring atmosphere for all the cats she cares for. I travel multiple times a year and have used Kare's services for five years now. My cats have their own room - no cages ever - which has huge windows and lots of sunshine. While I am away I call Kare on a daily basis. She is always willing to provide updates and voice any concerns she may have. My cats come home calm and relaxed - which tells me they have really benefited from the wonderful care Kare has provided them. I would not be able to travel as I do if I had to worry even one moment about the welfare of my cats. Kare does such a wonderful job - Thank you Point Loma In Home Cat Boarding - You're the best!!!

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I will only take my cats to Point Loma In Home Cat Boarding! Kare provides a wonderful, caring atmosphere for all the cats she cares for. I travel multiple times a year and have used Kare's services for five years now. My cats have their own room - no cages ever - which has huge windows and lots of sunshine. While I am away I call Kare on a daily basis. She is always willing to provide updates and voice any concerns she may have. My cats come home calm and relaxed - which tells me they have really benefited from the wonderful care Kare has provided them. I would not be able to travel as I do if I had to worry even one moment about the welfare of my cats. Kare does such a wonderful job - Thank you Point Loma In Home Cat Boarding - You're the best!!!

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I have used Point Loma In-Home Cat Boarding multiple times over the last five years. Kare is the only person I will allow to care for my two cats while I am away. She provides such a caring, loving and tranquil atmosphere for all the cats who board with her. I speak with Kare every day (sometimes I am away for weeks at a time) and she is always happy to provide her observations and concerns. I could not travel if I had to worry even one moment about the welfare of my cats. My cat's adore Kare and when they return home there is no adjustment period as they are stress free. I am so blessed to have found such a wonderful, caring person to watch over my little ones while I can not.

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I have used Point Loma In-Home Cat Boarding multiple times over the last five years. Kare is the only person I will allow to care for my two cats while I am away. She provides such a caring, loving and tranquil atmosphere for all the cats who board with her. I speak with Kare every day (sometimes I am away for weeks at a time) and she is always happy to provide her observations and concerns. I could not travel if I had to worry even one moment about the welfare of my cats. My cat's adore Kare and when they return home there is no adjustment period as they are stress free. I am so blessed to have found such a wonderful, caring person to watch over my little ones while I can not.

Pros: Caring, loving and tranquil atmosphere

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I have boarded my two 18 month old cats here 3 times so far. I only write a review after a thorough evaluation and several visits to a business.
I love Point Loma Cat Boarding and the owner Kare. Most importantly my girls love it there too. They are well taken care of and given lots of attention. I can tell by the way they react when they get back home, there is no separation anxiety.
One of my girls had to take medication on one of their visits and Kare was thorough with the instructions and administration. No problem.
My husband and I do not want to worry when we go out of town and due to the care at Point Loma we can rest easy. I would highly recommend and I am very picky when it comes to my cats care.

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I have boarded my two 18 month old cats here 3 times so far. I only write a review after a thorough evaluation and several visits to a business.
I love Point Loma Cat Boarding and the owner Kare. Most importantly my girls love it there too. They are well taken care of and given lots of attention. I can tell by the way they react when they get back home, there is no separation anxiety.
One of my girls had to take medication on one of their visits and Kare was thorough with the instructions and administration. No problem.
My husband and I do not want to worry when we go out of town and due to the care at Point Loma we can rest easy. I would highly recommend and I am very picky when it comes to my cats care.

Pros: clean, peaceful, well taken care of, professional

Cons: none

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We have used the Point Loma Cat Care services for 6 years but this time we lost our 1 year old cat Nara. This was her third time there in 3 months. We dropped her off April 7, 2008 and 11 days later we got a call from Kare telling us Nara was sick. Two hours later Nara was in the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. We found out she was critical and told them to do whatever they could to save her. She died that morning.
After returning to San Diego we got the report from VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. It was disturbing. According to the report, "In hindsight the pet sitter (Kare) feels she (Nara) has been less active than previously and somewhat anorexic for the entire time they were watching her. 2-3 days prior to presentation she (Nara) became more lethargic and stopped eating. She had some tuna juice 24 hours prior to presentation. She ejected food 2 days ago and ejected clear progressing to green today three times. They planned on taking her to the rDVM until 1 am when she was crying and urinated on herself. She was having difficulty breathing. The pet sitter then presented her to the hospital."
Kare implied in the report we dropped off a sick Nara 11. Kare did not call us. Later Nara was not eating. Kare did not call us. 2 to 3 days prior to being admitted to the hospital Nare started ejecting. Kare did not call us. Finally , after Nara suffered for 11 days, ejecting 3 times the last day of her life, Kare called us but it was too late. We will never know if Nara could have been saved. We miss her so much and when I think of Nara I just wish I had been given the chance to help her. Nara left this world the way she arrived, unloved and uncared for.
Kare is not capable of making judgments about a cat's health. She should not be responsible for overseeing the health of cats and deciding when medical care is warranted. The only was she could stay in business is by hiring a vet tech to check on the cats daily to decide when medical care is needed.

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We have used the Point Loma Cat Care services for 6 years but this time we lost our 1 year old cat Nara. This was her third time there in 3 months. We dropped her off April 7, 2008 and 11 days later we got a call from Kare telling us Nara was sick. Two hours later Nara was in the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. We found out she was critical and told them to do whatever they could to save her. She died that morning.
After returning to San Diego we got the report from VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. It was disturbing. According to the report, "In hindsight the pet sitter (Kare) feels she (Nara) has been less active than previously and somewhat anorexic for the entire time they were watching her. 2-3 days prior to presentation she (Nara) became more lethargic and stopped eating. She had some tuna juice 24 hours prior to presentation. She ejected food 2 days ago and ejected clear progressing to green today three times. They planned on taking her to the rDVM until 1 am when she was crying and urinated on herself. She was having difficulty breathing. The pet sitter then presented her to the hospital."
Kare implied in the report we dropped off a sick Nara 11. Kare did not call us. Later Nara was not eating. Kare did not call us. 2 to 3 days prior to being admitted to the hospital Nare started ejecting. Kare did not call us. Finally , after Nara suffered for 11 days, ejecting 3 times the last day of her life, Kare called us but it was too late. We will never know if Nara could have been saved. We miss her so much and when I think of Nara I just wish I had been given the chance to help her. Nara left this world the way she arrived, unloved and uncared for.
Kare is not capable of making judgments about a cat's health. She should not be responsible for overseeing the health of cats and deciding when medical care is warranted. The only was she could stay in business is by hiring a vet tech to check on the cats daily to decide when medical care is needed.

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We have used the Point Loma Cat Care services for 6 years but this time we lost our 1 year old cat Nara. This was her third time there in 3 months. We dropped her off with our other cat Mycroft April 7, 2008 and 11 days later, in Kansas City, we got a call from Kare, the pet sitter, at night telling us Nara was sick. Two hours later Nara was in the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. We found out she was critical and told them to do whatever they could to save her. They were unable to save her. She died that morning.

After returning to San Diego 2 days later we got the report from the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. It was disturbing. According to the report, "In hindsight the pet sitter (Kare) feels she (Nara) has been less active than previously and somewhat anorexic for the entire time they were watching her. 2-3 days prior to presentation she (Nara) became more lethargic and stopped eating. She had some tuna juice 24 hours prior to presentation. She vomited food 2 days ago and vomited clear progressing to green today three times. They planned on taking her to the rDVM until 1 am when she was crying and urinated on herself. She was having difficulty breathing. The pet sitter (Kare) then presented her to the hospital."

Kare implied in the report we dropped off a sick Nara 11 days previously. Kare did not call us. Later Nara was not eating so Kare gave her tuna. Kare did not call us. Nara started vomiting 2 to 3 days prior to being admitted to the hospital. Kare did not call us. Finallly, after Nara suffered for 11 days, Kare called us but it was too late. We were not given the chance to save Nara. We will never know if Nara could have bee saved. She came into this world a feral cat and with lots of love became a wonderful companion to us and to all cats she came in contact with. We miss Nara so much and when I think of her I just wish I could have helped her. She needed us and we were not there for her. That hurts me the most. We loved her so much. Nara left this world the way she arrived, unloved and uncared for.

Kare is a good person but she is not capable of making judgements about a cat's well-being. She should not be responsible for overseeing the health of cats and deciding when owners should be called and when medical care is warranted. The only way she should stay in business is by hiring a vet tech to check on the cats daily and decide when medical care is needed.

Traagic Lessons Learned: Pet Owners--Call and check on your pets. daily. Make sure the pet sitter understands when you are to be contacted and has the know how to do this. Pet Sitters-Err on the side of caution. Contact the pet's owner about any behavioral changes. We are writing this so that Nara's death may prevent other unnecessary deaths.

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We have used the Point Loma Cat Care services for 6 years but this time we lost our 1 year old cat Nara. This was her third time there in 3 months. We dropped her off with our other cat Mycroft April 7, 2008 and 11 days later, in Kansas City, we got a call from Kare, the pet sitter, at night telling us Nara was sick. Two hours later Nara was in the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. We found out she was critical and told them to do whatever they could to save her. They were unable to save her. She died that morning.

After returning to San Diego 2 days later we got the report from the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital. It was disturbing. According to the report, "In hindsight the pet sitter (Kare) feels she (Nara) has been less active than previously and somewhat anorexic for the entire time they were watching her. 2-3 days prior to presentation she (Nara) became more lethargic and stopped eating. She had some tuna juice 24 hours prior to presentation. She vomited food 2 days ago and vomited clear progressing to green today three times. They planned on taking her to the rDVM until 1 am when she was crying and urinated on herself. She was having difficulty breathing. The pet sitter (Kare) then presented her to the hospital."

Kare implied in the report we dropped off a sick Nara 11 days previously. Kare did not call us. Later Nara was not eating so Kare gave her tuna. Kare did not call us. Nara started vomiting 2 to 3 days prior to being admitted to the hospital. Kare did not call us. Finallly, after Nara suffered for 11 days, Kare called us but it was too late. We were not given the chance to save Nara. We will never know if Nara could have bee saved. She came into this world a feral cat and with lots of love became a wonderful companion to us and to all cats she came in contact with. We miss Nara so much and when I think of her I just wish I could have helped her. She needed us and we were not there for her. That hurts me the most. We loved her so much. Nara left this world the way she arrived, unloved and uncared for.

Kare is a good person but she is not capable of making judgements about a cat's well-being. She should not be responsible for overseeing the health of cats and deciding when owners should be called and when medical care is warranted. The only way she should stay in business is by hiring a vet tech to check on the cats daily and decide when medical care is needed.

Traagic Lessons Learned: Pet Owners--Call and check on your pets. daily. Make sure the pet sitter understands when you are to be contacted and has the know how to do this. Pet Sitters-Err on the side of caution. Contact the pet's owner about any behavioral changes. We are writing this so that Nara's death may prevent other unnecessary deaths.

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