Hired 10 times
7 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
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Diana showed great concern and cared for my cat and was very descriptive in her messages to me while I was away on holiday. By far, she has been the best pet sitter I’ve had. I want to keep using her from here on out as the pet sitter for my cat. My cat liked her, and she just took such good care of her. Please, if it’s possible, I want to keep Diana as my pet sitter from here on out. It was a great experience, and my cat was in excellent hands with her. I am honestly a satisfied and happy client!Oct 3, 2018Verified
She's awesome. She knows way more about taking care of my cat than I do.Oct 1, 2016Verified
Diana is so great with my cat! She cares a lot about him and makes sure to spend time playing with him when she visits. Every time she visits she is great at communicating how he is doing. I will surely continue hiring Diana for cat sitting :) Thank you, Diana!Aug 10, 2017Verified
Diana is wonderful with my cats. She communicates with me while I am away, and really puts me at ease knowing my cats are well taken care of.Jan 22, 2017Verified
Diana takes great care of our cat and is always right on time so we don't have to worry while we are away. Thanks Diana!Sep 21, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Basic fee is $20 per visit. This includes 1-2 cats, food, water, litter, or 1 cat with medications. Additional cats or medications are $5 per visit. Areas outside of my standard area would depend on how far I need to go. Additional services at no cost are mail, papers, taking out garbage, watering plants or feeding fresh-water fish.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Meet new customer at their house. If possible, meet the cat(s). Find out schedule for food and litter, where food and water are put out, and where supplies are; find location of litter boxes and tools, and how used litter is disposed of.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Training has been >60 years of owning cats, and dealing with their medical issues, learning what I could do myself and when I need to consult with a veterinarian. In 2011-2012 I took a class as a Veterinary Assistant, which included an externship at my own clinic.