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When you're going out of town for work or pleasure, you can count on Adventure Tails to care for your kitty.  We offer drop-in visits of 15 or 30 minutes 7 days a week.  


Our caregivers will visit your home up to 3 times per day to take care of your furry feline.  We will also bring in your mail, take out the garbage, and water a few indoor plants at no extra charge.


Our 15 minute cat sits include:

  • Cleaning food and water bowls

  • Feeding dry and wet cat food

  • Replenishing the water bowl

  • Scooping litter boxes

  • Administering medication upon request*

  • Giving treats upon request

  • Bringing in your mail

  • A daily, personalized digital journal including pictures of your kitty, an update, GPS tracking and check-in and check-out times.

Our 30 minute cat sits include all of the above plus one-on-one care and attention, as well as small household chores while you're away:

  • Playtime with your cat's favourite toys

  • Cuddles and affection (if they like that)

  • Watering plants

  • Taking out the garbage/recycling

*  Medication that goes in food or water, along with topical ointments are free of charge.  All other medication administration is charged at $5 per visit.

Cat sits must be scheduled daily for your feline friend's safety.  While cats are typically self-sufficient enough to go more than a day without a pet care professional, emergencies and health issues are very time sensitive.  If your cat gets into a problem and we aren’t scheduled to be there for 48 hours, we aren't able to help.

    15 minutes- $18              30 minutes- $24

  • How long can my puppy go in between pee breaks?
    Like babies, puppies do best on a regular schedule. A puppy can control their bladder one hour for every month of age. So if your puppy is two months old, they can hold it for about two hours. Don’t go longer than this between bathroom breaks or they’re guaranteed to have an accident.
  • Will you take my puppy out for a walk?
    Puppies younger than 4 months who haven’t had their first full round of shots are best to stay in the safety of the backyard. We can still run, play with puppy’s favourite toys, have a potty breaks and snuggle. Being out in public before puppy has had their shots makes them vulnerable to certain diseases, and we want puppy to be safe and healthy. Puppies who have been vaccinated can certainly go on walking adventures!!
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