How to Find a Pet-Sitter

Locate a responsible pet lover to care for your cat in the comfort of your home.

By Stacy N. Hackett

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The advantages of hiring a pet-sitter are many, according to the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters. Your cat will remain in his familiar, secure environment, and will follow his established routine involving eating, exercising and any medical treatments. He will not exposed to illness or parasites from other animals, and will not be traumatized by travel in a car or time spent in an unfamiliar setting. Best of all, he will receive individual, personalized attention while you can't be there to give it.

As you make your checklist for your next trip out of town, consider adding hire pet-sitter to the list. It might be the perfect choice for you and your cat.

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Chrystal    Westminster, CO

12/18/2008 12:20:27 PM

Great advice!

Donna    Austin, TX

11/28/2008 7:27:18 AM

Excellent suggestions--thank you.

Kathy    Morehead City, NC

11/28/2008 6:19:35 AM

Good article!

Rollie    Bristow, VA

11/27/2008 6:28:59 PM

Thanks - good to know info.

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