This was my first time using a cat sitter and I feel very lucky that I got Isha. Charlie is a rescue cat, and kennels were just not working out for her, so this was the perfect solution. Getting daily pictures, and coming back to a happy cat means that I will definitely contact Isha again when I go away. She's clearly a massive cat lover, so I can't recommend her enough.
Cat sitters can offer daily visits or overnight stays. All sitters can set their own fees.
Excellent based on 104058 reviews
Take the stress out of cat holiday care while you are away from home. Cat in a Flat is a safe, easy-to-use alternative to catteries and boarding. Your cats are cared for in the comfort of their own home. That means no drop-off times, no transport, and a calmer and happier cat when you get home.
Find the best local cat sitters who provide in-home care once or twice a day, or stay overnight, depending on your cat’s needs. We ask cat sitters to go the extra mile. On top of feeding your cat and cleaning the litter tray you can expect your cat carer to play with your furry friend and send you regular updates and photographs. Cat caregivers can even administer medications, water plants and pick up post – it is a truly tailored cat-sitting service.
Search Cat in a Flat’s community to find a cat-loving carer local to you. We encourage our community to leave reviews for the cat sitters they love, giving you peace of mind. Plus all of our affordable cat minders are vetted, charge per visit not per cat and fall under our Cat in a Flat Guarantee.
Cat Sitting Advice - FAQs
Is it bad to board your cat?
It’s not bad or wrong to board your cat, especially if you can’t find another solution to cat care. But arranging in-home cat care is a better, kinder solution for your cat. Cat sitting is more convenient for you too! Make sure to start looking for cat sitters as soon as you can to ensure the best care for your pet.