As your team of 'one stop shop' pet care professionals,
Brooklyn Cattitude & Street Strutters provides high quality pet care
in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
We offer cat sitting, dog walking, drop ins, overnight care, vet tech services,
with attentive levels of care.
We're passionate about the service we provide to our fellow New York area pet owners…
As pet parents ourselves, we understand how important they are to you.
Let's face it, you don't want to spend your vacation or business trip worrying about your fur kids, you need peace of mind when you leave them in someone else's care…and Brooklyn Cattitude & Street Strutters gives you just that.
But why just take our word for it? Find out what just some of our delighted customers have to say and learn more about us…
Have to Say...
Providing personalized pet care to clients all over Brooklyn and Manhattan for over 16 years, our business growth is simply due to word of mouth.
Why?Because we consistently pride ourselves on offering the most committed and high-quality pet care possible to each and every animal. Whether it's cat sitting, dog walking, pet sitting (including overnight stays in the comfort of your pet's home), or specialist vet tech services for pets who need extra care due to health reasons, our clients (both furry and human!) can't stop praising our services!
to care for those that have no voice or family to care for them. Through this service we strive to exceed the expectations
of our clients who allow us to enter their lives and their homes, and entrust the care of their special furry family member to
Brooklyn Cattitude & Street Strutters.
"Hi Taryn! Just a quick note to say thank you so much for the care you provide your clients & to praise Andrew for the wonderful job he did with Wellie over the weekend. As much as I missed that pup it was so reassuring knowing he was in wonderful hands & being taken of so well...and probably getting more play time than usual...! We are so happy to have found your wonderful company! Chat soon!"
- Abby, Jess, & Wellie
"Hi Alex, Just want to say thank you SO MUCH for your amazing pics and messages while we were away. We loved reading them and felt relieved knowing he was being taken care of so well while we were away! He was way less desperate and crazy when we got back. We're pretty sure he misses you and wants us to leave again now that he's back on his diet and not getting any of his tasty cat food!"
- Joanna, Todd, & Food
"Hi Taryn, We just had to say thank you for sending the wonderful Khrystyna our way! Not only was she a delight to work with, warm and totally professional, but she re-arranged her travel schedule (returning to Stonybrook) so that she could finish the sit for us uninterrupted. We are so appreciative! She truly went above and beyond so that we could have peace of mind. We will continue to recommend BK Cattitude to everyone!" - Amanda, Marlon, Eloise and Olivia...Parkslope
This Best Friends Day, celebrate your furry friends and homeless pets everywhere with a gift. Our goal this year is to raise $125,000 and save more lives than ever. And when you make an early gift now, it'll count toward the fundraising goal. Your Best Friends Day gift is a marker of the special bond you share with pets, but it also means the world to homeless dogs and cats.
That's because it provides them with the support they need to find homes and best friends of their own. Plus, it will help to end the killing in shelters nationwide for good. So please make your Best Friends Day gift now and give four-legged friends everywhere the love and safe future they deserve. Together, let's Save Them All and make the country no-kill by 2025.
Please come: August 29.
The Science Friday Book Club is gathering local bird-brained experts (that's a compliment!) to talk about Jennifer Ackerman's wonderful book, "The Genius of Birds." Tickets: $15.
TWO EVENTS OFFERED: Wednesday, August 14 at 7:30 PM & Sunday,
August 18 at 7:30 PM $30 per person; $25 for members reservations required: email@example.com
Join WBF and New York ecologist Kaitlyn Parkins for an introductory presentation about bats at WBF Clinic,
followed by a guided bat walk through Central Park. We hope to hear them with echo location,
see them in flight and discuss their important role in our planet's ecosystem. Kaitlyn's research and education
bio can be found here: kaitlynparkins.com.