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City Catt is an online travel platform that makes travel planning easy by connecting travelers with knowledgeable like-minded locals in their destinations. City Catt is an efficient shortcut to your Travel Planning, where locals help you build an itinerary full of authentic experiences, specially tailored for your tastes and needs. We also have a unique program to help families living with Autism plan trips around sensory challenges. Learn more about it here.

City Catt strives to provide visitors with experiences that are a fit for both them and their families. Through our platform, locals become ambassadors for their cities, showing visitors to all that's authentic and best in their cities. 

 

We categorize our Catts in:

  • Family-Friendly
  • Touristy
  • Local Enthusiast
  • Night Owl
  • Special Needs
  • Foodie

This makes it easier for you to find the information you want, and it ensures that the Catt providing you this information is knowledgeable about your specific need.

You'll be asked to rate your Catt after a chat. You can also go to your app or website dashboard, on the account page and send us a message. We love to hear your feedback and will use this information to ensure that our Catts meet our high standards and that you're satisfied with our services. 

Yes! All Catts have their identities verified and are trained before being able to provide help for travelers. All chats happen within our platform, so there's no exchange of contact information between travelers and Catts. 

Pricing

Learn more about our pricing here

To add, edit or update your payment information:

  • Login to your City Catt dashboard
  • Click on My account
  • Click on 'Payment methods' and then you can edit the info from your card or add a new one

Being a Catt

Ideal Catts are outgoing and personable people who love their cities. They can be from the most diverse backgrounds and phases in life but have to be of age 21 and older. Being a Catt means working flexible hours from your phone by helping travelers find the best things to do in your city. You can apply to be a Catt here.

 

 

Catts have to be at least 21 years-old, live on their current cities for at least two years, have their identities verified by City Catt and complete our training. 

City Catt and IBCCES have teamed up to solve a problem faced by every one of the millions of families with children on the Spectrum . How can they travel and leave the routines behind without overwhelming their kids? How can they find places to visit in their travel destinations that are a fit and speak fun to these exceptional children?

If you work with children with Autism already - or would like to - and live in a touristic city,  you can help families living with autism find the best places to go and ensure these kids have some much-needed on-the-go fun! Learn more here.

No Catt is required to work a certain amount of hours. Flexibility is one of our seven principles, and we want people to be able to work around their priorities. The more you work, the more you earn. 

 

 

We take safety very seriously at City Catt. All users have to go through the Identity Check step. This prevents people from making fake profiles and trying to use the platform to take advantage of other people.

 

Catts earn per chats provided. There's a limit of 3 chats you can take at a time, and each chat lasts 15 min. There are no limits on the number of chats you can take daily, so how much you earn is up to you. If you want to have an idea of how much you could potentially earn, try the calculator at the top of this page. 

 

 

 

Catts are paid once every 2 weeks. You will link your bank account to our system, and we’ll make a direct deposit. If you can’t see your deposit, let us know, and we’ll seek a resolution. However, keep in mind that different banks have different processing times, so give it a few hours before contacting us.

No. Catts are screened independent contractors that use City Catt's platform to work by helping travelers plan their trips.

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