Although James and I both love dogs and cats, we understand that some people have “unconventional” pets too- and we’re more than happy to take the time to learn about looking after them. We love all animals (even snakes and spiders).
I live in a village location and need a housesitter for my three friendly, affectionate, lively cats. Two are Burmese and one is Tonkinese They need to be fed, played with, cuddled and, most importantly, shut in the house safely at night.
We are a small family of three heading up north for summer to visit family and require a sitter to stay in our home and look after our two cats. They are well behaved and just love company. We have a modern home close to bus/shops/beach.
It's a service which promises to match pet owners with reliable, trustworthy pet sitters who will live in your home and look after your pets while you're away and the best bit about it is, 99% of them are willing to do it for free!
I am looking for a housesitter for a fortnight in mid/late July (dates not yet finalised). I have a small terraced house in Beeston, on the outskirts of Nottingham, and am looking for someone to care for my cat, Timothy.
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