Vacation Visits


Whether you’re going away for a day or a month, I can make multiple daily visits to look after your pets. Each visit will last about 30 minutes and includes feeding and water, potty time or litter box cleaning, playtime and cuddle time! I typically come between one and three times a day and can work out the timings with you to suit your schedule. My goal is to make your pet feel comfortable while you are away and limit any anxiety or loneliness, while also obviously taking care of its every day needs. I can also provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that someone is looking after your house while you are gone. Bringing in the mail, opening and closing blinds, rotating lights, and watering plants will make your house look less empty and ensure you return to find everything as you left it. Please contact for prices.

Work Visits

Work visits are for those pets that find it difficult to go a whole day alone or inside. I can come every day on a schedule to walk or play with your dog or just on a few days that you find yourself away from home for a long time. I try to be as flexible as possible and do not charge extra for late notice. These visits are about 30 minutes, but I also offer a quick 10-15 minute drop by visit. Please contact for prices.

Professional, insured, and bonded, all visits are made personally by Kelly.

Mowgli and Junebug

Unfortunately, I cannot offer boarding at this time.

April 10, 2018

I took the baby kittens to the vet today (Argyle Veterinary Hospital, woop!) to be checked out and given their first dose of dewormer. They've been officially sexed so I can now announce their names!

They are t...

April 1, 2018

Yesterday a neighbor and I were able to trap 5 baby kittens and their feral mama! The little family will get to grow up inside in a foster home until the kittens are ready for adoption. Mama will be spayed and...

March 27, 2018

Well today was a bit of a day! After learning about three new cats yesterday, I now have them all trapped! I brought Iris to TCAP this morning, and as I arrived a neighbor texted that she was able to trap this...

March 27, 2018

One of the interesting things I’ve been able to learn through my wildlife cameras is that even though these ferals all technically belong to the same colony and will breed and mix with each other, there are ac...

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