Wellington weekend escape

Lower Hutt, New Zealand
  • 2

Dates

Ali and Tyler
Home & pet owner

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Introduction

We are a young couple who work in the Wellington area (one of us is a statistician and the other is a science communicator) so our house is close to the train station. We have two cats, one of which is blind and epileptic, he's a very cute

Home & location

Our home is a large, three bedroom space with two living areas and lots of room for activities! There's a queen been in the master bedroom, and two singles in one of the spare rooms. The third room doesn't have a permanent bed, but we have

  • House
  • High-speed WiFi
  • Family friendly
  • City

Responsibilities

Your main responsibility will be giving Fred his epilepsy medication. He needs to be given 3/4 of a small pill twice a day, at 7am and 7pm (you can adjust these times slightly to suit, as long as they are 12 hours apart, ie 8am-8pm, 9am-9pm

Meet the pets

  • Fred

    3 years

  • Theia

    3 years

Sitter feedback (15)

Nicole

What a delightful stay! Ali and Tyler are friendly and gracious people and their cats, Fred and Theia, are charming. Don't be put off by Fred's medication

Stayed · 10 Sep - 13 Sep 2020
Santiago

It was a pleasure for us to took care of Fred and Theia! Fred is curious and a little bit shy, but after the first day he slept with us on the bed. He loves

Stayed · 26 Jun - 28 Jun 2020
Rebecca

Ali and Tyler are a lovely and artistic couple. Their house is just as they describe it, and I particularly enjoyed the large enclosed back garden with the

Stayed · 14 Feb - 16 Feb 2020
Cheryl

We had a lovely weekend sitting at Ali & Tyler’s home for Fred and Theia. They are wonderful cats! Fred is blind and epileptic but it doesn’t stop him

Stayed · 17 Jan - 19 Jan 2020
Sandra

Ali’s information was detailed and spot on, so helpful and she gave us a great run through before she and Tyler left. Though Fred is blind and epileptic he

Stayed · 29 Dec 2019 - 03 Jan 2020

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