Thinking About Hiring a Cat Sitter?
We get that your cat is your baby. Trusty Tails Pet Care is here to minimize both yours and you cat’s stress by allowing your cat to stay in your home while you are away. Our professional, caring sitters are here to provide food, play and a clean environment so you can enjoy your time away.
You can trust Trusty Tails Pet Care when you need a cat sitter. We have been in the cat sitting business since 2006, over ten years! All of our professional cat sitters go through a rigorous screening process that includes background checks. Plus we are fully insured and bonded.
Since Trusty Tails Pet Care is a real company with cat sitters who are employees, not independent contractors, we always have a backup in case of emergency. That means that you are never left without a professional cat sitter. Plus our cat sitters can communicate with you in a variety of real-time ways, including a pet care journal and instant messaging through our scheduling system providing peace of mind.
If you’re considering using a local cat sitter contact us by filling out the form below or give us a call at 201-446-1559.
How Can Our Cat Sitters Help You?
Trusty Tails Pet Care minimizes stress by providing emotional and physical care while you are away. We give you added comfort of knowing your cat is tended to by a professional and knowledgeable cat sitter. We would love to care for your cat while you are away.
- Services are tailored to suit the needs of your cat and maintain their routine.
- Fresh food and water, scoop/change litter, playtime, brushing, and lots of love.
- We stay as long as it takes to make sure your pet is cared for and loved properly, but typically, visits are typically 20-40 minutes.
- Upon completion of the visit, a GPS time stamped map, pet care journal and photos are emailed to you.
Going Away for an Extended Period?
Don’t want to leave your cat alone overnight? Check out our overnight pet care and book a sleepover with one of our sitters. They’ll snuggle with your cat all night long. Why should they be lonely all night? Schedule one night in the middle of a week of daily visits to break it up for your cat.