Helping your cat feel safe, healthy, and loved has never been easier.

We love our cats, so we want them to feel their best and be their happiest.  One way to do that is to make sure they are cared for well while we travel.  Because I have been a cat mom for decades myself, I know how important it is to have a trustworthy, loving, and responsible person taking care of your cat while you are away.  I consider it a joy and a privilege to be that person for my clients.   

Missing their people when they’re traveling is not the only thing that can have an unsettling impact on cats.  Anything from changes to their environment, to arthritis or a urinary tract infection to a trip to the vet for a nail trim can cause cats distress.  Even our being home all the time due to changes in our work habits resulting from the pandemic can have an impact on their wellbeing.  Oftentimes they show they are in distress by behaving in ways that are out of the ordinary or inappropriate–not eating, being destructive, or being aggressive, for example.   If we don’t understand the cause of that behavior and nothing we do seems to help, frustration may make us feel we are in an adversarial relationship with our cats, which is never what we want.

As a Healing Touch for Animals practitioner and intuitive energy healer, I can help your cat recover more quickly from physical injury and illness. I can also help your pet feel better emotionally, which often leads to better behavior.  Working together, we can restore harmony to your home.

I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and have resumed doing energy therapy in person for clients in Raleigh, North Carolina and parts of Wake Forest, North Carolina.  I continue to offer distance energy healing sessions for clients in the United States.

While it often takes more than one session to get cats feeling like themselves again, energy therapy in any amount is beneficial.  To schedule a session for your cat, please contact me at kellybolz18@gmail.com or (919) 623-6368 or use the form on my Contact page.

I look forward to helping your furry family members feel their best!



Urinating outside the litter box, hiding, scratching people, startling easily, climbing window blinds, arthritis pain, heart murmur, pancreatitis, vomiting, refusing to eat, kidney disease, broken bones, emotional trauma, and more

Kelly's Cat Sitting and Care, LLC