Every Cat Is Unique

..and our cat sitting services knows that!


All our cat sitters are trained in-person by the company and take a 6 hour online training which includes a 2hr Feline Fundamentals class before starting!

Chicago Cat Sitting

30/45/60 minutes
customized visit for your cat(s)
​feeding , water
litter cleaning
fun pictures & report via email

What Does a Cat Sit Look Like?

Standard visits are 30/ 45 / 60 minutes, from the time we enter the building to the time we leave. Visits includes anything that fits within the desired time-slot such as feeding, litter cleaning, playtime and a personalized message with pictures directly into your Time to Pet app.

We Respect Your

Our cat sitters are mindful of that they are in someone else’s home by removing shoes, cleaning up after handling cat food, sweeping excess litter from the floor and putting cat toys back after using them. We ALWAYS clean out cat food bowls before serving fresh food and rinse water bowls before replenishing their water.

Communicating with
us is Easy

​As a client of CUP you will have access to our Client Platform on the Time to Pet App.
Here you can chat with both your cat sitter and the office in real time. You can also schedule visits, securely pay invoices and read your kitty’s service reports.

Our Service Reports

During the last 5 minutes of the visit we write a detailed update to you via our online platform, so that you can feel engaged in your cat’s day even when your not physically there. You will receive this report via email.

Our Staff

You will be assigned a cat sitter based on your neighborhood and requested day / time. All our staff are trained virtually via the Fetch Find Training Program as well as trained in field by the company. Staff are employees (not IC) and are vetted via CUPs custom interview process and formal background screening.

From The Blog

If you are a cat parent and is looking for cat sitting services in the Chicago area, you’re in luck!

In this blog post, we’ll give you tips on how to find a cat sitter who is a good fit for your feline friend. We’ll also discuss some red flags to watch out for so you can avoid scams or bad experiences.

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