Originally Posted by StarryEyedTiGeR
I second that. Also- soemtimes vet clinics have boarding as do some kennels that will be happy to let you board last minute....it's worth a shot
. I hope she shows up soon too- maybe she got in an accident or something. I hope things work out for the best for you!
I don't believe in long term boarding for cats, especially not in a vet. I work in a vet and i know what the conditions are for boarders.
too small of a space and too many frightening things that come and go. but thanks for the ideas.
fourtunatly all is good she just got the 18:00 appointment time confused. she thought she was ment to be here at 20:00... she's not the youngest of the bunch prolly looked at the 18:00 and thought it said 8:00. oh well she's here now and settled in. sorry for the panic.