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  • v. To babysit for (take care of) a cat.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Iz anny cheezpeep in teh Portland Origon area willing to catsit foar wun day costs adn sanity reimbursed, also willing to repay in kind if ever needed, plus first dibs on next mead I brew?

    Musta bin hard - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Gary and I catsit for Ned and Janet sometimes, and they return the favor, so we know each other's felines well!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Never catsit for people you actually like and expect to remain friends with.

    Cat-Sitting 101

  • As funny as it is, they don't really like it and it's not technically what their owner meant whey they asked you to catsit.

    Cat-Sitting 101

  • Just took a walk over to mermaidblue's place to catsit the fluffy Tiggr for a bit spent a good part of the time panicking at not finding him, until he crawled out from under the comforter on the sofa.


  • The last week of February and the first week of March my parents are going to France again for their own holiday and me and Neil will catsit for them.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • Anyway, on Tuesday we were due to move to my parents 'house to catsit for 2 weeks while they are on holiday in France.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • They keep me honest, catsit Miss Thing, (amazingly!) believe in me, and join me in political work.


  • Then it was back to clean-up and laundry and closing down the catsit for my friends’ return.

    abada abada › free day in August!

  • I’ll be down in Rhode Island giving a talk next week and then getting on a plane to the Bay Area where I’lll hang out and catsit and eat burritos for a week.

    abada abada › california bound


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