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Welcome!

I'm Livi Parkins and I am the proud owner of Wirral Whiskers.

Would you like your pets to be loved and well looked after while you are away?

I help pet owners have peace of mind while they are away by providing experienced/qualified care, affection and interaction for their pets.

Portrait of Livi (Wirral Whiskers owner) and her cat

I am a helping hand for all your pet requirements including cat sitting, pop in visits, puppy visits, pet hygiene, dog walking and small animal boarding.

I provide a high standard of personalised, one to one care for your pets so they feel happy and comfortable in their own environment. Since March, I have put extra precautions in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19 on a visit.

All pets are welcome, in particular cats, small mammals, exotics, birds and reptiles.

Being a pet owner myself, I know it is a worry to leave pets, so updates and photos of your pets will be sent regularly.

As well as being fully qualified, insured and experienced to look after your pets, I have a DBS certificate to ensure your peace of mind.

Please contact me if you require any further information about the services or a quote.

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Progress with my Feral Cat

Last weekend I realised we had made monumental progress with our very timid cat Fermi. Lots of tiny steps had accumulated made me realise how far she has come.Right from the very beginning she was part of the family, but now she seems happier and wants to be with us. A happy cat means a happy cat owner.

Last weekend I literally cried with joy. I realised we had made such progress with our very timid cat Fermi. In a previous blog I’ve talked about how we got her in May. I’d contacted the rescue and they said …

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Fermi Leaning on Me

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