Cat Sitting

Pet Sitting Bridgwater offers you a comprehensive ‘Cat Sitting’ package that includes cat sitting, care of other small caged animals and fish while you are away for the day, weekend or on holiday.

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Every visit includes:> Cleaning of food and water bowls > Fresh food and water as instructed > Litter tray cleaning > Play time and cuddles > Home security check > Watering of indoor plants as required

During our visit we can also open and close curtains, turn lights on and off and feed any other small animals that you may have such as: Gerbils, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits and Fish etc….all at NO extra cost to ensure your home remains secure!

We pride ourselves on the services we offer, reliability and most importantly the welfare of the animals that are placed in our care.

Part of our service includes a ‘Profile’ of every animal in our care which includes specific information relating to Diet, Play, Behaviour, Vets details and Emergency contact numbers.

All you need to do is leave us with enough food and cat litter (if required) for the duration of your holiday, then relax and enjoy the break!

  • Cat Sitting – One visit per day: £10.00
  • Cat Sitting – Two visits per day (am & pm): £18.00

Bank Holidays will be charged at double the standard rate.

Please call us for more information and our availability to sit with your cat.

We also run a Pet Taxi service (animals only please, not people).

HANDY TIPS

Owning and caring for a cat is great fun and very rewarding, but it is also a big responsibility and a long-term commitment in terms of care and finances. If you own or are responsible for a cat, even on a temporary basis, you are required by law to care for it properly.

There is no one ‘perfect’ way to care for all cats because every cat and every situation is different. Cats are now increasingly kept as indoor-only pets, whilst many are given access outside or even live outside permanently. It is up to you how you look after your cat, but you must take reasonable steps to ensure that you meet all its needs.

You can tell a cat’s mood by watching her tail. Tail upright, happy; tail moving languidly, keep petting me; tail low, twitching erratically, I’m on the prowl; tail swishing rapidly, beware and leave me alone. If you’ve ever been surprised when a cat you’re petting suddenly grabs you angrily, you missed a tail tale: The unhappy twitch of the tail tip would have told you to stop petting, now.