Cat-sit



verb

to care for a cat while its owner is away
Usage Note

cat-sitter, n; cat-sitting, n
Contemporary Examples

Never mind the fact that someone asked Karl Lagerfeld to cat-sit.
7 Facts to Know About Karl Lagerfeld’s Siamese Cat, Choupette Isabel Wilkinson June 6, 2012

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