I occasionally do some petsitting. . . . a friend of mine's co-worker needs someone to watch her senior cat December 24-28. I don't celebrate Christmas so I don't mind it being a holiday or anything. My question is this. She said she would pay $25 a night, maybe more. I have looked up other petsitting services in this area and for overnight stays (she wants overnight) it's about $45-55 a night. Too much in my opinion (although I wouldn't mind getting paid that!) She's not willing to. Anyways, I would be feeding the cat, watering, all that basic stuff and giving an oral medication morning and night. I don't have to stay there during the day. It is about 9 miles from my home to hers. Getting 0.50 per mile would be $36 extra dollars in gas for the whole trip. So, I'm thinking of charging the $25 a night and $36 extra in gasoline and driving time. What do you guys think?? Also, has anyone done this before? I figure I should really have a release form for her to sign in case something happens. Also, a form that says I can take the kitty to the vet if needed. Anybody know where to get these?? Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thanks!