Pet Sitter Needed
for three Dogs and one Cat
Bophut, Moo 1, Koh Samui Surat Thani,Koh Samui
heading back to the UK for Christmas and looking for
housecarers for our three dogs and cat.
is nestled in a Thai community and opposite a small
resort. The resort has a gym, swimming pool and
restaurant. You're welcome to use the facilities. It's
five minutes drive from the main road near to
Fisherman's village. It's a very safe area. Our house
has three bedrooms, two doubles and one single. The room
you'd be staying in has a private shower/toilet room
leading off from it and air con. The living room/kitchen
is light and airy and has a TV, DVD player and a big
settee. We have a washing machine and everything you'd
need in the kitchen. Our photos are from when we
had just moved in, so the house looks a bit different
now, hopefully better!
give you a printout of all our house info and local
recommendations before we go.
We have a
scooter that can be used if you already know how to
drive. However, I wouldn't suggest using it unless
you're really comfortable with it already, the roads can
be a bit crazy! We have a 7-seater GM Zafira automatic
car that can be used while we're away. However, it will
need to be maintained so that it's kept in a good
(Lola, Soi and Pepper) are only small so don't need
massively long walks. However, they do need at least one
a day. They also love swimming at the beach. We
originally got Lola from the local dog shelter, she was
a runt and wasn't eating very much because she couldn't
fight to feed. She had a few scabby months with ringworm
but otherwise was great. We then decided to get another
to keep her company. We saw a photo of Pepper from a
friend in Bangkok who rescues dogs from the dog meat
trade, we instantly knew we wanted her and started
sorted it out. However, she contracted distemper from
the kennel and had to spend two months there in a clinic
before she could be flown to Samui. In the mean
time...Lola used to play on the beach with Soi, who was
a loveable street dog. He seemed fine until one day I
saw him on the beach and he could barely walk and had
skin problems. He'd gotten tick fever and lost the use
of his back legs. I took him home and the plan was to
get him better and give him to our friend. But we fell
in love and ended up with three! All three are good
dogs, they're fine with our neighbour's children (8 &
10) and brilliant with our newborn daughter.
is happy as long as she's fed. She likes to go out a lot
and gets on fine with the dogs.
people who are interested in housesitting to come a day
or so early so that we can show you how we do things.
We'll assist as much as possible and pick you up/drop
you off at the airport.
are really comfortable with being left with new people
now as we've had quite a lot of housesitters come to
stay. They're well behaved (the dogs, that is), apart
from the odd bit of cheek, and love being around people.
We're happy as long as they're happy.
more opportunities like these from our associate site,
Click on the flag to go to
official tourism portal
membership of SeniorSitters with just $55 a
year for full access to our associate HouseCarers.com opens up
a world of
nationwide or worldwide
it's up to you.
How does it
work and what's the catch?
How it Works
Housesitting couldn't be simpler: A
housesitter cares for the owner's house and pets, if any, while the owner is
absent for whatever reason. This means the owner enjoys the peace of mind of
knowing that the house is being lived in (itself the most effective form of
security) and any pets cared for.
In return for accepting these responsibilities, the
sitter enjoys free accommodation for the duration of the owner's absence, or
whatever other period is agreed to. This may be as brief as a few days, or
several months. Even housesits in excess of a year are not unknown.
What's the Catch?
There's none really. From
the Owner's viewpoint, its easy to gain the peace of mind available
from having your home looked after by a mature Housesitter member of
SeniorSitters. Furthermore, its free!
From the housesitter's viewpoint it's a wonderful opportunity to see new
places and make new friends, and it's all free!
All the sitter need pay for is
food, local transport and getting to and from the housesit.
(Occasionally the owner will require payment for local utilities, phone,
etc, although, in our experience this is exceptional in the case of more
mature sitters, such as SeniorSitters members.
SeniorSitters opens up
an exciting world of opportunities provided by housesitting, showing how
you can broaden your horizons and save money too!
How do we find these free holidays?
Listings are on our associated website, HouseCarers.com,
where you can browse opportunities available in your own city, state,
country - or worldwide. However, while you can see what's available, you
are only able to contact homeowners when you have paid the HouseCarers
low annual membership fee of just $55 - which provides WORLDWIDE access!
And, as a SeniorSitters member you get a 10% discount of this
already low fee.
Worldwide housesitting opportunities and a 10% discount for
SeniorSitters members click
or on the logo below to go straight to our Affiliate's website
Did you know?...
In the past year, through SeniorSitters and our
associate, HouseCarers, housesitting opportunities have
been offered in no fewer than
represented below by their flags...
How many do you recognise?
on any flag to go that country's official tourism
You need a holiday but are worried about home security,
garden, pets, and so on...
You're over 50 and want to have Great Holidays and save
... either way, you're in the right place!
provides links to enable Homeowners to offer
housesitting opportunities specifically to active, mature
Housesitters aged 50 and over.
housesitting site of
affiliate, HouseCarers.Com, is the Best on the Web, and
SeniorSitters members receive a full 10% discount off
the already low HouseCarers access fee, exclusive to
membership is Free!