Frequently Asked Questions

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Why a specialty cat sitter?

We have a lot of experience with all types of cat breeds and specific feline needs.  Focusing on cats gives us the opportunity to research health issues, nutritional and behavioral questions. We also learn from you and your furry pal!  

What does licensed and insured mean?

We are licensed with the city which makes us legal to operate a business.  There are a lot of sitters in San Diego, any professional should be licensed and carry insurance policies for liability and bonding. Liability insurance protects you from financial loss for accidents that occur while we are caring for your pets.  Bonding insurance covers theft in your home if we are responsible. We also provide a background check if necessary,

What is in-home care?

Cats prefer to be at home while you are away, opposed to being in a kennel where they can contract diseases and where they may be more stressed..  Our in-home care puts them at ease where they can be themselves and follow their normal routine. Some cats, depending on their age, activity and health issues need more than one visit a day. We cater our care to fit your needs!

What is a Meet-n-Greet Consultation?

A meeting usually lasts no more than 30-minutes. During this time we meet and connect with you and your kitty.  We ask questions regarding play, feeding and behavioral and activity needs. Every need is different. Kittens have different needs than seniors, as well as multi-cat homes.  We never visit any home without meeting you first.  At this time we will also determine what needs you have for your home, such as mail pick-up, plant watering and trash collection.

What are Pet-Taxi Services?

For those of you who work a lot and are unable to take your kitty to the veterinarian or groomer, we provide a ride and will stay with your cat for as long as needed.  

Do you administer medications?

Yes!  During the Meet-n-Greet we will learn what medications your pet needs and when.  We ask that you show us specifically how you administer medications since cats may be finicky about the process and each cat is different.