Harrow road cat sitting

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Thank you for looking after Mogg in November; she was happy and content when we returned to her after a few days away in Sweden.  I was very happy to receive all of the videos and pictures that Anita sent (via whatsapp, twitter and even youtube links) as it meant that I could truly enjoy my holiday without worrying about Mogg.  It was great to see her happy and playing with Anita and her Da Bird and the catnip mouse Anita brought as a gift for her.  Made me very happy, shall not hesitate to use Anita again as she has proven trustworthy and caring towards my home and precious cat!!! Top job
Emma Blakemore – Harrow Road

Cat sitter Harrow Road


If you have found yourself on this page, are a cat guardian and live in Harrow Road then it’s more than likely that you will be seeking a cat sitter to care for your cat during your travels.

Why Harrow road cat sitting stands out:

  • We are based in the heart of Notting Hill and all the vets in the area know us and recommend our cat sitting service
  • We have impeccable client references and any of our clients can be contacted for further peace of mind
  • We do not hire strangers. Catnips is a small cat sitting company and only one or two cat sitters do all of the cat sitting. These are local people that the owner of Catnips has known for over 20 years.
  • Catnips has full public liability insurance
  • We can take last minute bookings
  • We have a key holding service so if a client has accidentally locked themselves out then this can be solved straight away because their key is being held securely and close by.
  • We are open 52 days of the year
  • We all love cats and understand their behaviours and patterns.
  • Clients receive regular updates via any social media or text/email

Mog was happy with Harrow road cat sitting service and your cat will be too!


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About the Author


Anita Kelsey graduated from Middlesex University with a first class Honours degree (work based) in Feline Behaviour and Psychology. She runs a vet referral cat behaviour consultancy in Notting hill, London. Anita also trained in cat grooming at master level and is known for her valuable work with extremely aggressive cats. She is a regular contributor to Your Cat magazine, Cats Protection magazine and The Canine and Feline Behaviour Association of which she is a fully member. Anita is fully recognised, by pet insurance companies and veterinary practices, as an accredited qualified cat behaviour practitioner. Home visit consultations are offered in London and anywhere else in the UK.