Hello there, I am a PhD students at department of Plant Sciences(U of Cambridge). I have been perusing my academia path in the UK for 6 years now and it is still going well! Despite all the college activities and the beauty of the town, I feel like there is something missing from my life----I miss my...
I work from home with very flexible working hours which allows me a lot of 'free' time that I dedicate to things I enjoy. This means pet sitting and dog walking fit really well into my current lifestyle. I also run a health and fitness page, a pottery business and of course, spend a chunk of...
I am a 20 year old student studying Zoology with a passion for animals! I have a dog at home but am currently living in student accommodation so looking for dogs and cats to look after!! Although I can't have any animals in my accommodation I am more than happy to look after any pets at the owners...
However much you might wish to, sometimes it is not possible to take your animal family members with you everywhere you go. Max & Kitty assists you step by step in finding a loving and responsible individual to take care of your pets when you can't.
Bordering Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire to the west, Essex and Hertfordshire to the south, Suffolk to the east, Norfolk to the north-east and Lincolnshire to the north, Cambridgeshire is an East Anglian county of England.
Broadly similar to the rest of UK, Cambridgeshire has a maritime temperate climate which allows your furry family to enjoy long walks and play time in a tranquil landscape. Cyclists and hikers love this eastern county's easy gradients, which offer easy, but beautiful walks. When the temperature falls and snowfall becomes slightly more common, the pet sitters you will find at Max & Kitty will take care of your dogs, cats and other pets as they would treat their own in their house or at yours, wherever seems best to you.
Offering bundles of academia, several cathedral towns, a few medieval markets and miles of lush, marshy fenland, the historic atmosphere of the county of Cambridgeshire is unmistakable. Navigate the winding country lanes by bike or punt to treat yourself to views of endless wetlands from the lantern towers. You will trace the River Great Ouse through washes, weirs and flood plains and the Battle of Britain back to Duxford's listed air hangars. Or, find one of the many pet-friendly activities and take your animal-extended-family with you on a day out.
Be inspired by the many art galleries and beautiful museums. Admire the majestic college buildings and sculptural architecture of the world-famous Cambridge University. Explore quaint passages set around colleges and the historic market place, for a relaxing and unique shopping experience.
Catch a show at the Arts Theatre or a student theatrical production, see a comedy at the Corn Exchange or enjoy live music at a variety of venues. Relax in the many beautiful cafes, pubs and restaurants with peace of mind while the professionals, freelancers, retirees or students you will find from among a carefully selected panel of committed animal lovers will offer home boarding facilities, foster family or pet walking services to make your pets feel at home.