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tokyomom
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kennels/cattery for quarantine?

Post by tokyomom » Wed, 18 May 2005 5:15 pm

Any recommendations for who to care for my cat during quarantine?
I know there are several choices. The names that have been mentioned to me are Pet Movers and Mitchville Kennels. Does anyone have any experience with either?
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Post by mm » Wed, 18 May 2005 8:47 pm

I'm not sure what you mean -- there is only one quarantine station here in Singapore and The Pet Hotel is the organization who runs it.

You can get more info about it from the following pages:
http://www.ava.gov.sg/javascript/m3-intro.html
http://www.pethotel.com.sg/import.htm

Pet Movers or Mitchville Kennels can probably help you with the actual moving of your cat to Singapore, but they won't have anything to do with the quarantine stay. We used a pet moving company to ship our dog here to Singapore and then the Pet Hotel took care of getting her from the airport to the quarantine station & all the paperwork, etc. (for a fee).

honey girl

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Post by honey girl » Sat, 11 Jun 2005 4:48 am

Hello,

Save the fees and contact the government agency there directly. They will guide you along the way and answer all the questions. The Pet Hotel automatically picks them up at the airport every day around 11 a.m., and will take care of them for the month...it's part of their charges $544 for the basics for a month. If you want a fan...another $150. Lots of optional services are available for more fees.

Contact the government and talk to Natalie. She's the best and will answer all your questions.

[email protected] is her e-mail address.

Blessings. You can do it! :)

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