Pet sitting

All about the pets we’ve cared for

Kirsty Carter

Charlea from Cairo

In Cairo we met Charlea, originally from Vietnam. She looked part jackal but, again, was the most gentle and sweet-natured girl who loved nothing more

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Wahshi the dog and Kirsty. Vietnam 2019
Kirsty Carter

Wahshi – the wild one

IN Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, we made fast friends with Wahshi (meaning wild one), an imposing giant who looked part doberman and was often

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housesitting rescue cat UK
Kirsty Carter

Hotel Hampshire

During one sit in the UK, we looked after six cats our hosts had rescued in Cyprus. They had little “cat bunks” in a back

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Kirsty Carter

One-eyed Cris

Of all the animals from our housesits that we have featured on social media, one-eyed Cristobel from Tenerife, on the Canary Islands, has attracted the

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Black cat, Jack
Lawrie Masterson

Nottingham Jack

MEET Jack. Like most rescue animals, he has quite a story and he’s a great survivor.  Jack is about 16 and has more than a

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Lawrie Masterson

Border collies

BORDER collies are most closely associated with being working dogs, especially around sheep. Highly intelligent, obedient, loyal and swift moving, they were bred on the

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Kirsty Carter

Airedale terriers

AIREDALES, frequently known as the King of Terriers, can weigh up to 32kg and grow to 58cm tall. Like other members of the terrier family

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housesitting cat Australia
Lawrie Masterson

Tonkinese

WHAT do you get if you cross a siamese cat with a burmese?  A tonkinese, an often lively and “talkative” cat long recognised as their

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