Happy Cats Cat Sitting: where your cat comes first!
Welcome to Happy Cats Cat Sitting: your local cat care service dedicated to the welfare of your cat while you are away from home.
The company is based in Tunbridge Wells and offers:
Why choose Happy Cats ?
Cats are territorial animals and are happiest in their own environment: our cat care service avoids the stress of a trip to the cattery and a stay in strange place. We are there not just to feed your cat and change its cat litter but to spend quality time with your cat, playing with it and giving it love and affection in your absence.
Happy Cats was founded in August 2007 and at the time of writing (January 2015) we now have over 150 (human) active clients and have completed more than 1900 bookings. We are obviously doing something right and our clients agree: they have all given us positive feedback and have indicated that they will use us again (as many of them already have).
You can read just some of their comments by clicking on our Post Review section
Why not contact us at
or tel.: 01892 557400 - 07506 721866
to make a booking or to arrange a FREE introductory visit to discuss your cats needs?
You will be pleasantly surprised at how reasonable our prices are!
GLAD NEWS AND SAD NEWS!
Great news, everybody! In mid-February Helen and Roy will start their 2000th booking since Happy Cats began in August 2007. A big, big THANK YOU to everybody who has supported us over the years, new clients and old. Your custom, and above all your cats (we just love them!) are very much appreciated.
Who will the 2000th booking be? All will be revealed in time for February half-term! We’re hoping it will be one of our favourite cats, but who knows??
As many of you know, we adopted a 17 ½ year old Tonkinese called Chanel in June 2013. She swiftly became the centre of our lives and ruled us with a rod of iron and lots, and lots, and lots of cuddles.
Chanel was a phenomenon: she went blind in August 2013 and developed Chronic Renal Failure in August 2014. She did not give in easily and adapted to her blindness far more easily than Roy or I would have done! She bounced back from CRF by eating lots of renal food and taking her medicine dutifully, too, even gaining weight and looking remarkably well for a period! Sadly, her dementia, which had started a year ago, gradually got worse and she passed away on 23rd January 2015.
We miss her more than we can say: she was brave, beautiful and very mischievous. The house is empty without her, but we have decided not to adopt again until the autumn. Please ask all your cats to report for cuddle duty in the meantime!
Chanel posted on a weekly basis of Facebook and you can still see some of her thoughts on life with her servants and the celebrations for her 19th birthday by visiting www.facebook.com/happycatscatsittingtunbridgewells . Au revoir, Chanel!