- Oct 18, 2010
he has the advantage of me having had 30 years of training from his furry counterparts!!Oh wow, I can tell that he has trained you VERY well!!!
I do admit as a petsitter, I typically think cats do not need as much attention. OR they do not let strangers give them as much attention! 1 family the cats love me! My other two kitty families only one of the cats will come up to me, and the other 2 or 3 run. One cat actually climbed in the box springs once...I have 4 boys so it really is easier to get someone in rather than take them, their food/water bowls, litter tray, baskets etc somewhere else!
I will admit we are very lucky to have the lovely Brenda to look after them all even though she doesn't stay over. Ages ago I was looking for cat sitters and everywhere was we will spend an hour walking your dog or we will come in and feed your cats... realistically, my boys are spoilt little children, its not the food thats an issue, its someone spending time with them that I worry about, simply coming in to put food down is not enough!
We have known Brenda for a couple of years now and she is (like myself) a typical mad cat woman so actually takes pleasure in coming round to see and fuss them!
(she also cleans our kitchen and bathroom for us which is a bonus lol!)
Why is it people assume dogs are the needier species?