Seattle / Ballard cat sitter services

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

perky eared, gray cat sitting on couch

I offer two daily visits to your home, providing exceptional, personalized care for your cats and your home. 

Visits includes:
  • Monitoring health & wellbeing

  • Feeding & fresh water

  • Playtime, brushing and massages

  • Litterbox clean-up

  • Medication/supplement administration

  • Watering plants 

  • Newspaper & mail retrieval 

  • Curbing garbage/recycle

  • Alternating lights & blinds

  • Daily email or text updates with photos

I keep you in the loop with daily updates via email or text. After each morning visit, I'll send you a brief email/text confirming that all is well. Then in the evenings, after both visits have been completed, I'll send you a more detailed update with photos documenting how your cat/s spent their day. 

Additional needs just ask!

Services & Rates

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. 

My rates:

~ Two/30 minute visits a day ~

 $30 per visit / $60 per day

Available for households with 1 or 2 cats

~ Two/45 minute visits a day ~

$40 per visit / $80 per day

Available for households with 1 , 2, 3 or 4 cats

(Have more than 4, let's talk)

~ Combo package ~

One/30 min. + One/45 min. per day  $30/$40 per visit / $70 per day

Available for households with 1 , 2, 3  cats

Services must be booked continuously for each day you are away. At the start and end of your trip, if your departure or return times make the morning or evening visits unnecessary, the per visit rate applies for those 1/2 days

My rates are all inclusive:

I like to keep things simple for my clients so I don't charge extra holiday fees, multiple pet fees, medication administration fees, weekend fees, cancellation fees, late booking fees or any other additional fees

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

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!

tortious shell cat joyfully rolling

Cats need stability not a revolving door...

I do not use employees or independent contractors. You will always get me as your Seattle cat sitter, someone with experience, who cares and whom you and your cat can trust on each and every service. With my unwavering dedication to my roster of fabulous felines, it's a win win for my clients. 

I have an abundance of knowledge about cats, behavioral as well as health issues, including geriatric care. I feel I have a calming effect on them and I pride myself on being able to win over even the most skeptical ones. I enjoy making that connection. 

Safety of my client's pets and their homes is my top priority so I will not jeopardize this to promote my business. This means no advertisements on my vehicle. I only post photos on my business social media page with the owners permission and I never post while owners are actually out of town. I don't have any identifying markers on photos. I also have location turned off in settings for my photos. 

One of my lifetime goals is to start a retirement home for the bonded pair senior cats that have less chance of making it out of shelters. 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 start this rescue. Using Pets Dig Me for your cat sitting needs will help me get closer to that goal.