Save money! Put your cheque book away – the service is free and the majority of our house sitters work for free too (they may also pay for their share of utility bills, depending on what arrangements you have made with them). Save a bundle on pet care fees while you're at it prevent your home owner's insurance premium from going through the roof.
To find out more about house sitting, you can read our article ''What are the advantages of having a house sitter rather than leaving my house empty?'', or make our Support area your first port of call. You can browse the links below, or search the FAQs yourself using our search engine.
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About time to write a testimonial ( Owner)
Since we have been using this site to find house and cat sitters for 10 years now, I thought it was about time to write a testimonial! Quite honestly this site has been nothing less than fantastic as a home owner with pets. I'm originally from NZ and live in The Netherlands with my partner and 2 children. We have had a sitter every year since 2009, in the summer and over Christmas/New Year. The amount of time for each trip has varied from 5 days to 5 weeks and each time we found a great sitter. Our first sitter Jane from NZ loved it so much she came back the year after. She became a good friend and we've kept in touch and visited each other several times since then. She was not the only sitter that came more than once. Last year, Corina from Australia came from where she is currently living in Spain and she's coming back this summer too. Other sitters were from Canada, Australia, America, England and Scotland. We always asked them to come one day before and most stayed one night after we returned. It's been great to spend time with them and wonderful to hear all the nice things they discovered to do while visiting. We often recommend the website to family and friends, however most Dutch people we know, think we're a bit weird to let strangers live in our house. However we love the win-win arrangement: our house and cats are well looked after and the sitters get a great holiday/new work environment. So thanks, MindMyHouse. We look forward to many more years of successful mindings.