Indoor cats looking for a sitter
I am a British primary school teacher who has lived in Bangkok for almost 4 years. I would like to have someone sit my cats when I am not in Bangkok so that they can stay at home instead of the cat hotel I have been using.
Our Home & Location
I live in a one bedroomed condo on the 29th floor, where I have a sunset view over the Chaophraya River. There is an infinity pool on the roof (37th floor), and also a gym, aerobics room, pool table room and garden. These facilities can be used by residents at no extra cost.
My condo is on the corner on Sukhumvit Road - the main road in Bangkok. The following amenities are on my doorstep:...
- a large Tesco supermarket with food court and international restaurants.
- a shopping mall with a cinema complex.
- good massage parlours
- 7 Eleven and Family Mart
I am also a few minutes walk from the BTS station On Nut. This line can be used to easily access many attractions in Bangkok, including Chatuchak Weekend Market, Siam Square and MBK, and also W District Night Market. + More info
Responsibilities & Pets
Fraggle was a Thai temple cat who I got from Paws - a cat rescue place in Bangkok. He is very timid with strangers and will probably hide behind the toilet at first. I suspect he was badly treated before he was rescued based on his behaviour so it is best to let him come to you when he is ready. He is a very affectionate cat once he is comfortable....
Tinkerbell was a colleague's cat who I got 4 days after Fraggle and she really brought him out of his shell. She is friendly with everyone and is the alpha cat.
Both cats get on well and enjoy playing with each other. They don't particularly cuddle up together but they do groom each other and don't like to be separated.
Both cats are fed a quarter of a tine of cat food each in the morning and the same again in the evening. This amounts to a tin of cat food between the two cats per day. A bowl of dry food is also available for them throughout the day along with a bowl of water.
Cat mess is scooped out daily depending on when the cats have pooped. The cat lit is emptied and replaced one-two times per week. I take the tray (minus poop) out to the communal bin on my corridor and empty it in there then wash it in the bath using the shower head (there is a separate shower cubicle for humans to wash). I have a second cat lit tray which I then use whilst the first dries. + More info