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Seattle : North Beach , Blue Ridge, Ballard Cat Sitter Service

Grey cat sitting on couch getting cheek scratched

If you want a Seattle cat sitter that is knowledgeable about cats and absolutely adores them, you've come to the right place.

Unlike many other services whose teams of sitters travel throughout the greater Seattle area, I am a Ballard-based one woman shop who focuses exclusively on my immediate North Ballard, North Beach, Olympic Manor and Blue Ridge neighborhoods.     

I personally care for every cat client, every time. My priority is to support long term clients by building ongoing relationships with their feline family members. This allows me to offer a consistent, familiar presence to cats whose habits and preferences I know well. 

How my service works

During each day you are away, I provide one morning and one evening visit. Twice daily monitoring is ideal for the well-being of your cat/s and the safety of your home. In addition to routine cat care duties, this allows ample time for petting, playing, health monitoring and home security measures. 

Visits includes
  • Monitoring health & wellbeing

  • Feeding & fresh water

  • Playtime, brushing and massages

  • Litterbox clean-up

  • Medication/supplement administration

  • Watering indoor plants 

  • Newspaper & mail retrieval 

  • Curbing garbage/recycle

  • Alternating lights & blinds

  • Daily email or text updates with photos after each visit

Additional needs just ask!

Tabby stripped cat playing with fleece snake
I have 3 options to choose from

At the start and end of your trip, if your departure or return times make the morning or evening visits unnecessary, one visit for those days can be booked at a half day rate $29/$39/$49.  


Services must be booked continuously for each day you are away. 

Lunch express

Lunch express service is a mid-day visit for cats that eat 3x per day with owners that would like to keep to that schedule while they are away on a trip. It can be booked as an add on to one of the double services. It is not available for booking as a stand alone cat sitting service.

20 minutes - $20

Additional fees

Holiday/peak period fee  $5 per visit on the following holiday/peak periods:

​Presidents Day (Mon - Sun after), Easter (Fri - Sun), Memorial Day (Fri - Mon), Independence Day (7/1 - 7/7), Labor Day (Fri- Mon), Thanksgiving (Mon before - Sun after), Christmas/New Years (12/22-1/1)

Key pick up: $15  Key return: $15

Clients can have me keep a key on file to avoid pick up and return charges, some may have lock boxes or door code systems which are all fine and are free. Picking up the key at the new client meeting is also free

Additional trips to the home (beyond the first free introductory meeting) for any additional instruction if needed $25

This would be for things like going over a medication protocol where in person instruction was necessary, to meet a new member of your feline family etc...

Keeping things flexible

I know my clients have busy, changing schedules so I like to keep things flexible for them, therefore, I do not charge any cancellation or late booking fees

For more information on timing of visits and other policies please read 

~ Double 30 ~

Two/30 minute visits a day

(1 hour total time per day)

$58 per day

Available for households with

1 or 2 cats

~ Double 45 ~

Two/45 minute visits a day

(1.5 hours total time per day)

$78 per day

Available for households with

1, 2 or 3 cats

~ Double 60 ~

Two/60 minute visits a day

(2 hours total time per day)

$98 per day

Available for households with

1 , 2 , 3 or 4 cats

Why no quick pop -in visits?

I feel responsible for your cats' well-being when you are away. Rather than rushing in for quick food refills and litter scoops, I feel it's important that I spend time with each cat under my care. Cats can get lonely, bored and stressed when owners are away and health issues can arise. Having them appropriately monitored, engaged and loved on, is the best preventative approach. It's the level of care I'd want for my own cats, so of course I want that for yours too!

Orange cat lounging on rug

One of my lifetime goals is to rescue bonded older cat pairs and make my home an amazing place for them to be together and thrive. My previous cats Emerson and Rudi had such an amazing bond and the thought of them ever having to be separated would just be heartbreaking. Seeing signs up on shelter cages that say they'd be willing to separate a bonded pair drives my desire to fill my home with these bonded ones. I have a catio but would like to build an extension and the medical bills for many cats can really add up so I'm very grateful for all my current and future clients for they are the ones that will help make my goal a reality. 

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