Cat Sitting/Boarding with Julie Prince - New York, NY
Let me to tell you briefly about my background and experience. I am an artist who, until recently, worked at CFM Gallery in Chelsea for ten years (until it closed). I've resided in my doorman building on E. 56th Street for almost 25 years, so you'll find me very responsible. I've always had cat companions since childhood, and love them dearly. I had a fifteen year old tuxedo, silly, who was, of course, incredibly wonderful! However, I lost her to a stroke last year. And, during the 90's, I had seven cats.....all precious ....who eventually died of old age. So, I'm definitely a "cat person" with lots of experience (and can also medicate, give injections, hydrate, etc)
When we meet, you can tell me all about your furry companion, and if they have any special needs, wants or desires! (i.e. food schedule, favorite games, anon). I'd love to hear as much as possible about their personality since I want you to feel very comfortable entrusting your cat into my care.
Rates are $35 per ½ hour visits. Hour long visits are $50. However, I often stay longer if the cat needs extra love or reassurance. Boarding is $50 per night. You can call or e-mail me at any time if you have any questions.......I'm very cat (& people) friendly! I try to make them feel very loved and spoiled during my visits (as all our cats deserve). I work independently, or through KatiesKitty.com and then "bonding and insured" will be included.
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How do you serve precious pets?
- Pet Sitting
- Pet Boarding
What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?
On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?
- under 20 lbs
Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?
Which part of the country do you serve pets?
Manhattan, NYC midtown & uptown east side
What year did you begin serving pets?
How did you hone your craft?
Always had cats, at one time 7. Cat sitter/boarder since 2007. Experienced in hydrating, giving medications to my own, and many client's cats.
What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?
Empathy. Cats are very intelligent and defensive not aggressive. Be patient, earn their trust, and they will be loving companions.