Cat sitter needed for a friendly chatty cat!
I live in North London with my gorgeous little 4 legged furry friend Ollie. I'm lucky enough to work in the charity sector heading up a large Creative team, it really is a rewarding career and sector. I work full time and I'm pretty sociable person but need to balance this with being around for Ollie as he is super friendly and loves company.
Our Home & Location
My home is a spacious one bedroom ground floor flat with access to a lovely garden. If you have a car there is also a space to leave it right outside. I live a 3 minute walk to an underground station (zone 4 - northern line) where there are trains every 3 to 4 minutes into central London. At the top of the road on the high street within a 5 minute walk there are 3 supermarkets and a range of really lovely restaurants.
If you like walking the flat is near some lovely green walks and Highgate woods (Kenwood House) / Hampstead Heath are also within easy reach. If you have a car I am within 5 to 10 minutes reach of the major motorways (M1, M25, A1, A41, A406) if you want to explore or travel anywhere....
NOTE: Oliie hasn't been outside yet and is currently an indoor cat so you need to be careful when using the garden. + More info
Responsibilities & Pets
My home is really low maintenance, all I ask is that Ollie has lots of love and attention. I rescued him under a year ago from the RSPCA, he is white with some tabby and darker markings, we also think he is about a year and half old. He is fed twice a day 7am and 7pm. If I'm not going to be at home in the evening I leave food for him in an automatic timed pet feeder, I just ask that the same is done. He will try and beg for food for about an hour before breakfast and dinner time! His litter tray will also need cleaning daily as well as his water being topped up.
He is a chatty fella and will often come and just sit on your lap or want to play some games. He is pretty spoilt as there are lots of toys for him and he is ever so loving. When you come home from being out, he will sit down in front of you so he can be stroked before you even take your coat off! I'm happy for him to be shut out of the bedroom at night but he can start chatting outside the door quite early so I then sometimes just let him in. The solution to this would be to shut him in the front room which is fine just as long as he get some attention in the morning....
Please note for now he is an indoor cat and hasn't been outside yet. + More info