The Blissful 


We believe your cat's happiness and comfort is important!

What is Cat Happiness???

Cat Happiness is defined as making our client’s feline family members as happy as they can be when their humans are away. By providing them with mental and physical stimulation, our purring friends will remain content, loved and HAPPY.

“Purrsonaliziing” our service to meet the needs of your cats is what it’s all about! Whether our whiskered friends want to play with their wand toy with a feather or their laser light – we will be there to play along. Or if they want to be brushed and loved, we will be there to provide them with the TLC they crave. It’s up to them, it’s their time.

Your cat’s happiness is important to us, so we will allow them to dictate our visit so they stay HAPPY!

What Makes A Cat Happy?

We know what makes a cat happy. Cats are creatures of habit and love their routine. They need consistent care in their own environment with all the comforts of home. But to better serve YOU, we want to know – What makes YOUR cat happy? Let us know and we’ll provide the care!

Dedicated "Cat Happiness" Team

Because we believe in the Blissful Feline, we have a team of trusted Cat Sitters dedicated to caring for your cat’s needs on a daily basis. Our Blissful Feline team members has been trained specifically to care for your feline babies in the best possible way and to make them happy!

A Blissful Feline Visit includes:

Meals served

Water refreshment

Medication administered if required

Playtime and socialization

Brushing out coat if they like it

Litter box scooping/cleaning

Mail, newspapers, packages and trash/recycling can collection

Blinds adjusted

Lights alternated

Plants watered

Tons of TLC!

Feedback through email from your Blissful Feline team member… regarding their visit including photos

Visits last as long as it takes for us to make sure your pet is cared for properly. Visits typically last between 30-40 minutes but will vary based on your pet’s individual needs.

Ask about our 'Pawjama Parties!'

Does your feline fur kid require a little more?