Cat tip: How to clean up cat pee the most efficient way?

If you ever have to deal with a cat who pee in the wrong place, you know how hard it is to get rid of the smell. Cats are efficient predator who use every last drop of moisture from the food they eat. Hence, their urine is very concentrated and…smell really strong. Also, cats are territorial animals who use urine as a ‘marking device’ to … Continue reading Cat tip: How to clean up cat pee the most efficient way?

SMOPB – Part 2: naming your pet sitting business

Since I started my cat sitting business 5 years ago, I have been asked again and again how did I do it. People who asks, some of them curious (nosy), some of them genuinely want advices. Especially information on how to start a business in Ireland is not available in a consolidated manner, it might take a long time before you get on the right … Continue reading SMOPB – Part 2: naming your pet sitting business

The Travelling Cat: Doha via London to Dublin, 2012

Every year, hundreds of cats are being left behind when people relocate to another country. The Travelling Cat Project is a collective effort to demystify international cat travel. Hopefully, by sharing our stories, it will encourage people to relocate with their cat(s). We believe if you manage to move your personal belongings to a new country, you SHOULD BE able to move your cat(s) with you. For a full of … Continue reading The Travelling Cat: Doha via London to Dublin, 2012

Trick of the trade: always lock ALL doors behind you

As a cat sitter, we open a lot of doors. And with that, we also close and LOCK a lot of doors. So Trick of the Trade to share with you today – ALWAYS lock all the doors behind you.  Whatever the door is. Front door, back door, side door, shed doors, everything. If the doors were lock when you came in, lock it back … Continue reading Trick of the trade: always lock ALL doors behind you