Pet Sitter Surrey

Purrfect Service in an outstanding Cat Sitting business and a great alternative to Cat Boarding, because at home is better, not only for your pets but for your peace of mind. You will experience service like none other. The blogs are about anything to do with cats, some blogs are from Purrfect Service's observations and many are observations from other cat lovers. We also love the dogs and offer a dog walking service as well. Lots of fun trivia too.
Owner/Operator Purrfect Service
I Melanie Goetken was born and raised in Burnaby B.C. ( a true B.C. apple ) and have had several fantastic jobs over my life span such serving at the posh Hy's Restaurant downtown Vancouver for 8 years and raising 3, crazy, beautiful young ladies for the past 22 years. In between the raising of the children I got my Hairdressing License and did hair out of my home as well. When the children were almost grown I started my House Cleaning Business and did that for 8 Years and still have a few clients and am open to having more, but my new love is Cat Sitting. After working in a busy Cattery for 3 years I thought I would combine my cleaning expertise with cats and voila I came up with Cat Sitting. I am so blessed and excited to have some great clients right now and to meet all my future clients and their pets. I have the best job.

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Cats don't see detail very well.  To them, their master may appear hazy when standing in front of them.
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Most kittens are born head first, but some may be reversed.  Kittens are born one at a time, on an average about a half hour apart.
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'Tortoiseshell' and 'calico' describe a coat colouring of browns and black found almost exclusively in female cats.  They are often called 'torties' for short.
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More than fifty percent of dog and cat owners give their pets a human name, such as Molly, Sam or Max.
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A cat will spend 30% of its life grooming itself.
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Cats are among the sleepiest of all mammals.  They spend 16 hours of each day sleeping.  That means a seven-year old cat has only been awake for two years of its life.

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Cats are more active during the evening hours.
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Female cats are 'superfecund' (super-fertile), which means that each of the kittens in its litter can have a different father.
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In the hours after she has given birth, a female cat will often accept the young of other species, like chicks or puppies, for mothering.
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A cat sees about six times better than a human at night because of the tapetum, a special layer of reflecting cells in their eyes that absorb the light.
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