We may be called Zen “Dog,” but we also do cat sitting, and we know that cats run the show.
They can be picky about everything from food, to toys, to places they will sleep (all are subject to change at a whim).
If it is important to them, it is important to us!
Cats have discriminant tastes. They know what they like and what they don’t like, and they tolerate little else in between!
If you are thinking, “I wonder if there is a cat boarding place near me?” But you’re worried about how taking him away from his home will affect him and if it will stress him out, you’re not alone!
Cat sitting services may be the perfect alternative for him.
For most cats, taking them out of their home environment seriously stresses them out!
When cats are left at home, they have familiar sights, smells, and hiding places for comfort.
Some cats can be shy and want to hide from us when we come to visit, and having their favorite bed to dive under is very important to them.
This is something we also understand, and we will not ever force your cat to interact with us until they are ready!
We also know that even the idea of trying to find a professional cat sitter to come take care of your babies is stressful. I mean, how do you know they will treat your cats with as much love and patience as you do?
Your Cats Will LOVE Us!
Yeah, we know. So is ours! As cat owners ourselves, we are aware of the requirements and expectations your cat has for us.
Which is why we will follow your explicit instructions regarding his or her care.
We ask questions about your cats, from favorite foods to prime hiding spots, so we have a feel for what your cat is like before the first visit.
That way, we can customize our cat sitting service to the needs and wants of your cat!
It will also help us find your cats if they hide – we require all sitters to find all of the cats every visit in order to make sure everyone is doing well.
We visit your cats a minimum of once per day. This is simply to make sure everyone is doing well and not getting into mischief!
If they want to play, we play. If they would rather snuggle, we snuggle! The decision is ultimately up to your cat, and we will abide.