Frequently Asked Questions Cat Sitting
How can I make a booking for your cat sitting service?
Bookings can be made by using the contact form on the
What happens next?
After the initial contact I will make an appointment to visit you in your home so I can meet you and your cat can meet me. There are a number of forms to fill in which will help me take the best care of your cat. Details required range from the name and address of your vet, emergency contacts and your cats favourite toys.
Do you charge extra on bank holidays?
All bank holidays & Notting Hill Carnival Weekend are charged at twice the standard rate for Cat Sitting visits
What area does your cat sitting service cover?
We cover Notting Hill and the surrounding areas. Please see our Cat Sitting Area Map If you are unsure please email me your postcode and I will let you know if we can help.
If I live outside this area can you still help?
If we cannot help we will always try to refer you to someone that can.
How long is a standard visit?
A standard visit is a minimum of thirty minutes long although they may be slightly shorter during the Christmas period.
Can you spend extra time with my cats?
During quieter periods it is possible to spend extra time with your kitties on request. Please email me for prices.
Can you do more than one visit a day?
Yes we regularly do two visits a day, morning and evening. This can be useful for elderly, diabetic or very social cats.
What time of day will you visit my cat/s?
Morning visits can be anytime between 6.30am and 11.30am. Evening visits take place between 5pm and 8pm. Daytime visits are anytime between 6.30 am and 8pm.