Hi @ElsieDownie This sounds about right in distinguishing dogs from cats. When I have sat for cats, they have these hypnotic stares and vocal meows that always got me to do what they wanted-- such as letting me know they were ready for their meals / treats.
Love this… and it’s so true. I’m on a cat sit where there are two properties, they normally let the house we are in during summer, while they live in the smaller one. As it’s only a 6 day sit, they’ve left the feeding station at the small house. The cats however, are a little confused… food in one place, people in the other! So I now have the job of trailing behind lovely Louis who leads me back and forth from sofa in one house to food in the other at his whim (like staff) He’s such a gorgeous old boy though, I of course don’t mind!
Hi @Vanessa-ForumCMgr Can the feeding station from the smaller house be transferred to the other house?
Any photos to share of gorgeous Louis?
@anon49809275 - No they want it left there because it’s a short stay and the cats will pester the summer renters next week if their routine changes again. Better we stick to their routine and we honestly don’t mind going back and forth. The other cat is a stray and afraid of people, so he’d never come for food with us here. The complexities of routines eh? It works though. (As long we we remain cat butlers!! )
Here he is! Looking very severe But he’s a cuddler too!
@Vanessa-ForumCMgr Thank you for sharing a photo of Louis–I concur–he is a gorgeous boy!
Hi @Angela-HeadOfCommunity That is true and funny–a dog is loyal and worries about his pet parent–while a cat worries about who will serve his next meal.