CARING FOR YOUR FELINE FAMILY MEMBER
SERVICE & RATES
Due to COVID -19, we limit our daily check-in's to one visit per household to keep our community safe. The only exception are for cats with medical needs.
All visits include feeding, refreshing water/dry food, washing cat bowls, playtime, photo update, mail collection, and home security check.
15 minutes - $18.00 per visit (Berkeley & Oakland residents only)
35 minutes – $30.00 per visit
45 minutes – $40.00 per visit
Add $1.00 per minute beyond the agreed-upon length when your sitter needs to stay on-site to bring outdoor cats inside, sign for deliveries, or supervise household maintenance.
Overnight care - $90.00 a night: two-night minimum / 12-night maximum
Medical care - add $10.00 per visit to a 35 or 45 min visit. Medical care is defined when your sitter has to place their hands on your cat; adding medication into food or water would not apply. Due to the sensitive nature of administering medication, we do not offer 15 minute visits.
Holiday rate - add $12.00 per visit. Due to high demands during the holidays we do not offer 45 minute visits. Last visits on the following holidays occur at 4:00 pm.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 18)
Memorial Day weekend (Saturday to Monday)
4th of July
Labor Day weekend (Saturday to Monday)
Native American Day (Sept. 24)
Veterans Day (Nov. 11)
Thanksgiving (Thursday & Saturday)
Christmas eve & day (24-25),
New Year’s eve & day (31-1/1).
We understand that life happens, and schedules change. We typically give everyone a free pass once.
Cancellations may be made up to one day in advance of the first scheduled visit with no cancellation fee. Cancellations of less than 24 hours are due in full.
During holiday periods, cancellations may be made up to seven (7) days in advance of the first scheduled visit. After that period, a cancellation fee of 50% of the total reservation is due. Cancellations of less than 48 hours are due in full.
No credits for visits canceled due to a client’s early return home. Clients returning home will be required to pay for the total number of visits.
Easy enough, right?