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.
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Cat in a Flat sitters offer a selection of tailored services for you and your cat while you’re away. You can book a local sitter to come and check on Mr Whiskers once or twice a day. Our cat-loving carers will do much more than feed your kitty and change the litter tray. Cat in a Flat asks all sitters to follow your cat’s existing routine to keep them happy and stress-free.
All daily visits should last 20-40 minutes, so your cat gets enough human contact, affection and a chance to play. You can also look forward to reassuring daily updates and photographs of your cat while you’re away. Return to a happy, relaxed kitty by leaving them to be cared for in the comfort of their own home.
If your cat needs more attention, you can also book a cat sitter to stay overnight in your home. This is especially useful for elderly cats, kittens and kitties that need medication. You can also ask sitters to water plants or pick up post, it’s a service catered to your needs.
Search our community of cat-loving carers and read existing customer reviews to find the perfect sitter for you. All Cat in a Flat sitters are vetted and fall under our Cat in a Flat Guarantee, so you know you are leaving your furry friend in safe hands.
Cat Sitting Advice - FAQs
Are cats happy in catteries?
Cats are territorial animals who don’t like change. The strange sounds, smells and sights of a cattery can be overwhelming for a cat, as can the presence of lots of unfamiliar cats. Being removed from the home and transported to and from a boarding facility is also something most cats find distressing.