Website allows you to travel the world in exchange for housesitting pets

Posted at 2:07 PM, May 15, 2017

DENVER — It may sound too good to be true, but the freedom to travel the world while simply taking care of pets can be a reality thanks to a relatively new website. 

TrustedHousesitters was established with the goal of giving pet lovers the freedom to travel, and it works both ways. Homeowners are able to call upon pet sitters to take care of their animals, and pet sitters are able to travel to new locations with only the responsibility of taking care of another person's pets. 

No money is exchanged, save for the $120 membership to become part of the website's network. Although that can be a challenge for many, it is liberating for some, especially those with the freedom to work from home.

Those who can work from home have the opportunity with websites like this to travel the world, even if those travelers have to foot their own travel bills. Small wonder the internet is abuzz with the opportunity.

And to those who say working from home isn't an option, opportunities for that type of work are plentiful, too.