cats in london

Caring for your kitties when you can't

Expert catsitting in Lambeth, Southwark, and Lewisham

How to book

You can request a booking using the form below, or send us an email to in@fo@cnoatsin.com.londondon.

Services are currently focused on postcode areas SW2, SW4, SW9, SE4, SE5, SE15, SE17, SE21, SE22, SE23, SE24, SE26, and some adjacent areas. Please get in touch even if you are living in a different area, we will try and accommodate you!

When do you need us?

Your details

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What happens next?

After we have confirmed your booking, we arrange a call to discuss your requirements as well as the key pickup and introduction. We then visit your cat(s) daily on the dates chosen and provide fresh food and water, play and cuddles, and clean the litter tray and feeding area. We also send regular updates via email or text message. If the cat needs medication we will do our best to administer it (pills and liquids only at this point).

Our promise

  • We will always respect your privacy and property.
  • Unless agreed with you upfront, your sitter will never let other people into the building or bring people with them.
  • The sitter will aim to attend to your cat(s) at roughly the same time every day.
  • All sitters are cat lovers whose priority is the health, safety, and happiness of your animals.
  • After your booking is confirmed you have access to our customer hotline 24/7. If at all possible, we would ask you to limit non-emergency calls to business hours though.

Things to remember before your departure:

  • Your sitter should have all necessary keys and if applicable instructions on how to enter and leave your building (is there an alarm system that will be armed?)
  • Please leave an emergency contact with the sitter, ideally with a spare set of keys.
  • If it is cold outside you may want to leave the heating on during your absence.
  • Please ensure there is enough food and litter material, and your sitter knows where it is kept.
  • If you have neighbours of the curtain-twitching variety, it might be useful to inform them that there will be somebody coming to look after your cat(s).