The purrfect alternative to a cattery
purrPAL is a caring cat sitting service for Wallasey and New Brighton.
Are you going on holiday? Short weekend away? Work long hours? Hospital stay?
Whatever the reason you need to be away from home, I will visit your cats daily, provide fresh food and water, clean the litter and give them any love and attention they deserve in the comfort and security of your own home.
Please be assured that the service you and your pet will receive will be personal, trustworthy and reliable.
I will never dash in and out, your pets are my priority and they will always receive the full time agreed.
My name is Natalie and I have set up purrPAL which is a small business based in Wallasey. I offer tailored care for the furry feline members of your family whilst in the comfort of their own home. My cats are my world and I fully understand the anxiety felt when you need to be away from them. Cats are territorial, like to eat, play and sleep in their usual places and some can become stressed when they are moved to unfamiliar surroundings with strange smells and noises.
I have been a cat sitter for family and friends for over 15 years.
All my life I have shared my home with cats. My nan bred Siamese cats over 40 years ago and my mum, who adores cats, could not resist giving a home to 2 of the kittens. Copper and Laney were my furry friends from birth until I was a late teenager. I have also had the pleasure caring for hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits and fish over the years.
I have 3 cats myself and I fully understand the difficulty arranging care for them when you need to be away from home.
I know not everyone is fortunate to have close family and friends to pop in, so this and my love for animals, is what lead me to start up purrPAL. I want you to feel relaxed when you are away, knowing that your furry family members will receive the same care, love and affection as I give to my own.
I currently share my home with an 18 year old Maine Coon named Elliot, a 6 year old rescue cat named Sid and in December 2017, Marjorie the 1 year old crazy Bengal joined us, she was one of my customers cats who unfortunately developed an allergy to her.
(I was heartbroken to lose my 16 year old British Shorthair called Mimi mitten to Kidney disease in February 2017, she was very special)
...oh and I forgot to mention my Partner of 18 years, Ian. Whoops :)