Cuddles in North East England
We are a young, professional couple who love to travel both domestically and internationally. We quite often spend the weekends hiking and camping. Most of the time Wyatt can go with us but Percy doesn’t travel well and as a cat, is much happier staying at home. Ellie is Australian and Joel is from Yorkshire so we don’t have family close by to look after our fur babies when needed. We are are looking for someone to come and enjoy a little adventure in the North East with some cat cuddles from the sweetest chunky cat in the world and snuggles and fun from the wiggliest dog around.
Our Home & Location
We have a 3 room semi-detached house in Washington. A double bed and single in rooms and the couch becomes a double bed in the lounge if needed. Washington is located in between the three main hubs of the North East. Excellent public transport links will get you to Newcastle, Sunderland or Durham city centres in half an hour. In 45 minutes you’ll be at the coast and in a little over an hour you can get out to Gibside or one of the many country parks in the area.
It’s a 5-10 minute walk to a main street with a Weatherspoons, Co-op, take aways, Greggs and a Boots (other stuff too). There’s Galleries shopping centre 2 miles away as well for a bigger shop or more speciality items and clothes....
We have a great little yard you can sit out in on a good day and friendly neighbours.
So whether you are interested in Newcastle’s restaurant culture, the local football rivalry, the history of Northumberland (town castle, Hadrian’s wall etc), the beauty of the Northumberland coast or maybe a trip to Durham Cathedral, you can do it all from our home with ease. All the while you get cuddles from the worlds sweetest cat. + More info
Responsibilities & Pets
Percy is super easy. Feed him morning and night, clean his kitty litter when needed and give him lots of cuddles. He’s one of the friendliest cats around. He can be left all day so long as he has been fed.
Wyatt is crate trained and sleeps about 10pm-7/8am most nights. Best to put him to bed when you go upstairs otherwise he can fuss if he hears your still downstairs. He gets fed morning and night. He definitely has 1 30-45 min walk/run around every day (usually morning) and if he’s lucky and evening walk or fetch session in the yard as well.