This blog provides inspiration, education, and information to help create and maintain successful connections between pet sitters and their clients for the good of their pets. It also provides information about pet care and the field of pet sitting that will benefit pet sitters, owners, vets, and all pet lovers.
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How one siamese cat gave me a run for my money You never know what is going to happen to you when you wake up in the morning and put your feet on the ground. I suppose the same is true for cats. Whether animal or human, we wake up unsure of what the day will bring. We just attempt to live through our daily routines with our usual expectations. And, we hope, that by the end of the day, we can return to our beds with contentment in our hearts. On one particular day, I was star
Weather emergency is imminent in southern New England Southern New England's Connecticut and Rhode Island coastlines are expecting a Tropical Storm/Category 1 hurricane this weekend. Today is "the day" to put final preparations in place. Pet sitters who are scheduled to care for pets this weekend should do the following TODAY, August 21, 2021, because, by tomorrow morning, it will be too late. Review your pet sitting roster: How many houses do you have to travel to this weeke
A Press Release and Three Parrots! Last week I wrote about three of my past parrot clients - Kiwi, Paco, and Oliver and the one-sided love affair between Kiwi and Paco. I promised you that this week I'd tell you about my newspaper appearance with this feathery trio. I'm sharing this for the benefit of all the pet sitters out there who don't think they can get free promotions for their businesses. This is one way it happened for me: I sent a press release to my local newspaper
Kiwi loved Paco. Paco didn't love Kiwi. What's a parrot to do? Love can be complicated, even in the parrot world. For a few years, I pet sat for a delightful trio of parrots - Paco, Kiwi, and Oliver. Each had fantastic personalities and I slowly developed relationships with each of them. Each morning and evening I'd go to their house and into their dedicated bird room. Each had their own big cage and was allowed to go in and out of their cages. They never, to my knowledge,