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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Whether you require daily visits, over-nights stays or a cat carer experienced in administering medication, there’s a Cat in a Flat sitter who can help. All of our cat nannies offer drop-in cat care at home, helping you and your cat avoid the stress of a cattery.
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We ask our cat sitters to go much further than feeding your cat and cleaning the litter tray. Playing with your furry friend, and sending you updates and photographs is an essential part of the job. Our cat nannies would be delighted to discuss a tailored, individual cat-sitting solution with you and can’t wait to meet your kitty.
Cat Sitting Advice - FAQs
How much does cat sitting cost?
For a once-daily home visit, a cat sitter can charge 8 - 15 £/€. Twice daily drop-ins can cost from around 12 - 25 £/€. Overnight stays can cost from 15 - 50 £/€. Cat sitting is a flexible, bespoke service so ask if you’d like your sitter to complete some additional tasks for a fee. As with most services, when finding a good cat sitter, the least expensive option isn’t always the best, especially if your cat needs extra care and attention.
Want to know what to look out for when choosing a cat sitter? Read here.
Is cat sitting the right option for my cat?
So if your cat is fussy, can be difficult or needs medication, chances are you can find a cat sitter who can provide the caring service and support you and your cat need. Most cats find going to a cattery very stressful, if this is your cat, then hiring a trusted cat sitter is a great alternative. All cat carers love kitties and look forward to spending time with them, so it’s a reliable way of providing conscientious, affectionate and practical in-home cat care while you are away. Cat sitters booked through a platform such as Cat in a Flat are approved, vetted and reviewed, so it’s care you can trust too.
For more tips on how to find a trustworthy cat sitter, read here.