The web’s only global, private, house sitter community
Because you don't have to go at it alone!
Here's the deal...House sitting is the best!
But it can also be lonely as heck!
That last one is the thing people don’t really talk about when they’re raving about all the fabulous house sits they have done.
Not to mention feeling:
- Nervous that you just paid for airfare and the owner may cancel last minute.
- Concerned you will get stopped by immigration and be detained
All the while your friends and family—well-meaning as they may be—are “You have such a fabulous life, hopping from place to place!”
For Sitters by Sitters is full of other awesome house sitters who are into collaboration, sharing insights, tough love, and being sounding boards for one another.
It’s like family. Without a drunk uncle ruining dinner.
We are fiercely protective of the community here, so when we say private we mean it. With every application individually reviewed and approved you’ll only be surrounded by verified house sitters.
Let’s take a look around together, shall we?
Your fellow house sitters are anxious to share where and what sits you want to be on alert for! Wouldn’t it be nice to have had that information before you spent the time, energy and costs involved in arriving to a sit that others already knew was a dreaded sit! Additionally there is a global map where we place Red Alerts on the map so you can see at a quick glance if an area you are interested in has some ‘hot topic’ sits.
What are you waiting for?
We offer up 2 payment options, so you never break the bank!
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House Sitting World
How this Community Came to Be…
The reason this site came to be is exactly because of our interactions with fellow sitters. Sitters who were wishing they could ‘warn’
other sitters of some bad sits.
Everything from nightmare pets that were nothing as described, or possibly worse, more pets then committed to. How about filthy homes? Infestations of spiders, fleas or rats – can you say ewwww!
It was then, after hearing dozens of these conversations, but only in private and generally one on one, with no way of ‘warning others’ did we see the need for this type of community for house-sitters to talk among themselves, privately.