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FAQs for finding cat sitters in Plano, TX
- How much does a cat sitter cost in Plano, TX?
- Hiring a cat sitter in Plano, 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 Plano that meet your needs and fit your budget.
- What type of local pet sitting services can I find on Meowtel.com?
- Cat sitters in Plano, 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 Plano. Meowtel.com's sitter profiles display their experience, reviews and ratings, achievement badges, bios, and qualifications. There are currently 8 cat sitters in Plano, TX on Meowtel.com.
Meet the cat community in Plano, TX
Plano, Texas is a beautiful city about 20 miles away from Downtown Dallas. Whle it is close to the “big” city, Plano has its own vibrant culture that is all its own with plenty of parks, concerts, restaurants, and areas to explore. You don’t have to leave Plano to get a taste of the city life. There is something for everyone right in your own backyard. And don’t worry, that includes us cat lovers as well! Whether you’re looking for a fun day with your cat, or maybe considering adopting in the Plano area, we’ve got you covered with the ins and outs of all things cat life in Plano, Texas. Plano was recognized as a Better City for Pets™ because of the vast array of options it has for pet owners. Plano has over 4,300 acres of green space with lots of parks, patios, walkable pet-friendly venues and more. If you live in Plano, you can get excited about all your city has to offer for you and your cat. Maybe you’ll want to start out taking a stroll with your furry friend down in Plano’s Art District. This pet-friendly area downtown is full of eclectic shops, fun restuarants (with plenty of patio options for pet-friendly dining), lots of sights, and people-watching. Take your cat on a walk if he or she is good on a leash, or tuck your fur baby in a stroller and set out on the town for fresh air and fun spaces. There are also outdoor entertainment venues all along the Downtown Arts District. So keep your eye out for fun events happening downtown, because you never know what cat-friendly events could be happening right in your area. The great thing about Plano is that there are so many fun walkable areas to take your cat, so you aren’t just limited to the Arts District! There’s also a boardwalk and lots of fun shopping areas designed for walkability and pets. The Shops at Legacy is one such great area for walking with your cat, and many of these stores allow pets inside the shops as well. So you and your cat could have a fun day on the town, hitting the many shops that allow pets inside, and treating yourself to a great day. They also have special events that even include some pet-friendly events as well so be sure to keep an eye out. Now, if you and your cat need some much needed fresh air and wide open space, consider planning a trip to one of the large parks in the area. The Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is one such park that is sure to be a treat for both critter and human alike. Found right in Plano, the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is a 200 acre park full of trails and greenery, perfect for a little getaway or picnicking with your furry friend. Invite some fellow cat lovers and turn it into a cat- playdate. You can even rent out the pavilion in the park and use it for a cat meetup or get-together with friends. Speaking of meetups, consider joining the North Dallas and Plano Cat Meetup. The meetup boasts a couple hundred like-minded members who regularly get together to discuss all things cat! The page states that you should come expecting to talk about cats and learn something new. Sounds like a great way to spend an afternoon, and maybe even make some new friends along the way. If you’re in the market for a new cat to call your own, you’re in luck. Plano has many options for you to find your perfect match. Texas CARES Cat Rescue and Adoption Center operates out of a Pets-Mart in Plano. This is a nonprofit group that takes cats that are placed on a euthanization list and works to find them forever homes instead. This is an all volunteer led organization and they do their part to not only find homes for unwanted or abandoned cats around Plano (and the wider DFW area) but they also work to educate the public on the responsibility of pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. They also have other resources for you as a pet-owner! If you’re looking to adopt, this is a great place to do so. They offer volunteering and fostering options as well! Second Chance SPCA is also located in Plano, and has operated since 2006 as Plano’s Premier No-Kill Animal Shelter. They work to rescue “at risk” cats from animal shelters where they might otherwise be put down, and provide them with a second chance at life. In the meantime, between rescuing them and finding their furrever homes, Second Chance SPCA covers medical costs and care for the animals they rescue. They also regularly hold events such as ice-cream socials and auctions, so you can come and learn more about the animals in their care and maybe even walk away with a cat of your own. Additionally, Plano has its own Plano Animal Services Center. This organization joins forces with the citizens, veterinarians, and shelters in the area to provide services to your pet. Not only do they provide adoptions for unwanted cats in the area, but they also provide other services such as microchipping, opportunities to register your pet, and more. They also have a section of their website where you can look at lost and found pets, or if your cat was missing, you could have it posted on there to spread the picture and the word and have access to resources that could help you find your pet. As always, Meowtel encourages you to get involved in your community! Plano is a great place to live for cat-lovers and we’re confident you’ll find fun things to do to enjoy quality time with your cat. If you ever need a reliable cat-sitter, keep Meowtel in mind. We have many trustworthy sitters in the Plano area!