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FAQs for finding cat sitters in Frisco, TX
- How much does a cat sitter cost in Frisco, TX?
- Hiring a cat sitter in Frisco, TX will cost an average of $25 as of August, 2020. This cat sitting rate is based on in-home care via drop-in visits or overnight stays and will vary depending on the duration of each visit. Some cat sitters will charge a fixed rate per day if full-time care is requested. You can find and book cat sitters in Frisco that meet your needs and fit your budget.
- What type of local pet sitting services can I find on Meowtel.com?
- Cat sitters in Frisco, TX offer different services, but the most common ones are cat sitting in your own home. Meowtel.com's cat sitters offer drop-in visits and overnight stays in your home and can also administer medications, attend to special needs, do light house duties, and their sitters will also sent lots of photo or video updates each visit.
- How can I find a local cat sitter?
- You can search for 5-step vetted and fully insured local cat sitters in Frisco. Meowtel.com's sitter profiles display their experience, reviews and ratings, achievement badges, bios, and qualifications. There are currently 2 cat sitters in Frisco, TX on Meowtel.com.
Meet the cat community in Frisco, TX
Frisco, Texas, located about 30 miles away from Downtown Dallas and 18 miles from Plano, is a beautiful place to live and work in the broader DFW area. Modern architecture, name brand companies, fun places to eat, and beautiful scenery, Frisco is sure to steal the hearts of everyone who visits. If you’re one of the lucky ones who actually lives there, you probably never run out of fun things to do. You’re also conveniently located close to other amazing cities, but you don’t have to leave Frisco often because the city offers nearly everything you could need and want. And YES! That includes options for you cat-loving folk as well. The warmer climate can be really nice, especially in those traditionally colder months. Patio season could really be a year-long year in Frisco. Luckily, Frisco has some amazing pet-friendly (yes, all pets!) patio restaurants that will become your new favorite spots to hit up, and enjoy a nice meal with your bff (your cat of course). If your cat doesn’t mind a leash or a stroller, consider having a little night on the town and sharing a quick bite to eat while getting some much needed fresh air as well. A couple great pet-friendly restaurants to check out in the area are Kotta Sushi (for those sushi-craving needs), Mash’d (three words: creative moonshine cocktails), and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop (Tex-Mex galore). All these restaurants have positive reviews for their pet-on-the-patio experiences, so sit back and relax and enjoy a nice patio meal with the best company, your cat! If you and your cat love the outdoors, Frisco is a great spot,with award winning outdoor recreation spots. Maybe after enjoying a nice meal with your furry friend you can hit the park for a little nature R&R. You don’t have to go far, you can just head toward the center of the city with Central Park for a bit of picnicking or walking around, located right in the middle of downtown Frisco so you can also enjoy the views and vibrancy of the city! If you’re looking for something a bit more unique, consider checking out Harold Bacchus Community Park, this completely pet-friendly park has nature, trails, and even a scaled down version of Fenway Park! If you’re looking for something a bit more cat-centric. There is the Charming Cat Cafe only 20 minutes by car in Lewisville, Texas. This cafe offers rooms for cats to roam around in, while visitors interact with them. Their mission is to take the stress of cats in the adoption process, without making the cats travel back and forth to potential new fosters and owners, it makes you come to the cats! The benefit of course is low stress for the cats, and you can hang out with multiple cats at the same time. Adoptions are available! As well as refreshments, so grab a bite to eat, roam around meeting cats in their natural habitat, and maybe even go home with a new furrever friend yourself. The interesting thing about Texas, and DFW specifically, is that it is very vast but also very inclusive to nearby communities. And, if you don’t mind a bit of a drive, you can become a member of the ever-growing group, North Dallas and Plano Cat Meetup, Show up to these meetings ready to make friends, talk about cats, and learn something new about cats and cat care! This could be a great way to explore the broader DFW area and make some amazing, cat-loving friends along the way. Who doesn’t love to talk about cats (I know I do!). Now, if you’re looking to adopt a cat to do all these fun activities with, Frisco has great places with positive missions, so you can feel good about adopting. Even better if you’re looking into volunteer or fostering opportunities! Frisco Humane Society is located right in town and always has a great selection of cats up for adoption that have been rescued from the community. They are also nearly ALWAYS looking for volunteers and foster parents, so make sure to check out their website and apply today if you’re interested in helping some cats in need, or helping the facility run smoothly. The facility also offers spay and neuter services, so you don’t have to go far to ensure your new and adopted cat is healthy and safe. Their site also offers a lot of valuable information for first time pet-owners, pets and kids, the truth about declawing cats (don’t do it!) and more. It's hard to beat the impressive resources they can offer first time cat owners. Habitat 4 Paws is another Frisco located adoption center that adopts out cats. They work with rescue based partners and place a lot of emphasis on fostering and rehabilitating cats into a human home, making sure they are ready for adoption when the time comes. More than just adoptions, Habitat 4 Paws wants to help animals in other ways as well. That is why they run a pantry called Paws Pantry that collects and disrupts cat and dog food to those in need. They also host microchip clinics so that separated cats can be reunited with their owners. Consider volunteering or fostering with this great organization, and find yourself a new bff in the process. Frisco really has it all, and is conveniently located next to some other major cities, so there is never a shortage of fun things to do with your furry friend. However, if you ever find yourself needing a cat sitter, consider Meowtel, we have some great sitters in your area!