Cat sitting rates vary due to the bespoke cat sitting service cat sitters provide. Cat sitters set their own prices depending on their experience and the services they offer.
Average fees for daily cat visits or overnight stays
Daily visits | Drop-in visits
More experienced cat sitters who can offer more caring services, such as administering medication, will charge more. For a once-daily pop-in service at home, a cat sitter can charge from around £8 to £15. Twice daily pop-ins can cost from around £12 to £25.
You can read more about what to expect during home visits here.
Overnight stay | House sitting
Overnight stays are generally a bit more expensive as the cat sitter will spend more time with your cat and often provide other care services such as watering the garden, collecting the post and making sure your home looks ‘lived-in’ while you are away. On average, overnight stays can cost from £15 to £50 per night.
You can read more about what to expect during overnight stays here.
Make sure you read through cat sitters profiles to see that they are suitable for you and your kitty. You can then contact your favourite cat sitter for free to discuss your cat sitting requirements. If you are meeting a cat sitter for the first time we would advise a free Meet & Greet either in person or by video call, whichever suits you best.
Please Note: Cat in a Flat plays no role in setting the rates a cat minder charges. The total cost of a booking is to be decided and agreed upon between the pet owner and cat sitter.
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