CitiKiti offers professional and reliable holistic cat care service where the emphasis is on, pamper, play and TLC.
We are here to help make you and your CitiKiti’s life together wonderful, stress-free and rewarding during all stages.
Everyone at CitiKiti is a dedicated professional with a great love for cats. Most have either long term working experience and/or professional education in animal care.
We have industry standard third party insurance and are security vetted all for your safety and peace of mind
Have a question? Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Call: 08448 501 522
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When going away often one of the worst dilemmas is who do you get to look after your cat. When using our Cat Sitting service, you can enjoy your holidays knowing that your cat feels safe and relaxed and your home is looked after to.
Since our beginning as a Cat Sitter Service in North London Islington, N1 we have taken pride in offering the very best in professional & reliable holistic cat care with an emphasis on pamper, play and TLC. Our Cat Sitters are all dedicated professionals with a great love of cats. Most have either long term working experience with cats and/or professional education in animal care. We are proud to be recommended by vets and pet professionals as well as consistently receive 5 start reviews from our Cat Sitting clients from all over London including East London E3, Bow, Hackney Wick, E8, Hackney, Dalston Kingsland and E9, Victoria Park.
Cats are territorial creatures of habit and can find catteries very stressful and upsetting. It is generally agreed by pet professionals that they are most relaxed and comfortable staying in their own home when "parents" go away for short or long breaks. Travelling to and from catteries can also be stressful for both you and your cat. Our Cat Sitting service means your cat can stay home whenever you are away. CitiKiti offers Cat Sitting and house-Sitting in most parts of Central, North and East London including EC1, Clerkenwell, Finsbury, Hoxton, St Luke’s, N1, Canonbury, Barnsbury.
We offer to look after your cat in your own home for as long or short time as you need. This way not only can you feel happy that your cat is as comfortable, relaxed and well looked after as possible, you also know that your home is being looked after and keeps that lived in look to deter any uninvited guests. Depending on you and your cat’s preference you can choose between daily or twice daily visits or live-in care.
We understand that deciding whom to entrust with the care of your precious feline companion is a difficult and possibly even daunting process. Our Testimonials and client Reviews will help you feel confident and happy to choose CitiKiti as your Cat Sitting Company.
You and your cat will be assigned your own dedicated Cat Sitter and you will have a meeting with him/her before start of visits. During the meeting you can ask any questions you might have and your cat will have a chance to say hello to his/her new best friend ;-) All our Cat Sitters are security vetted and have public liability insurance and we have been trusted in the community since 2003.
At CitiKiti we always do our best to help answer any cat related questions our clients may have. We work closely with other pet professionals including vets and cat groomers enabling us to offer and refer to a wide range of cat related services.
Since the beginning of 2019 CitiKiti offers behaviour therapy as well. Cat behaviour therapy can help if your cat is urine marking, stressed, anxious, aggressive, destructive or urinating or defecating outside the litter tray. The CitiKiti Cat Behaviourist can also offer advice on getting cats to get along, getting cats and dogs to live together peacefully, taking care of kittens or older cats. Our Cat Behaviourist offers home consultations in London, including Richmond, SW19, Chelsea, Wimbledon, Kensington, SW11, Islington, N1, Hampstead. In some cases video consultations work as well and CitiKiti Behaviour Therapy is offered worldwide.
CitiKiti offers Cat Sitting and House-Sitting every day of the year including Bank Holidays, weekends, school holidays and Christmas & New Year.
The areas we cover for Cat Sitting include the below but if you are looking for Cat Sitting in areas that are not listed feel free to contact us and we will see what we can do.
EC1, Clerkenwell, Finsbury, Hoxton, Shoreditch, E2, Bethnal Green, E3, Bow, Hackney Wick, Mile End, E5, Clapton, Hackney Marshes, Lea Bridge, Lower Clapton, Upper Clapton, E8, Hackney, Dalston Kingsland, E9, Victoria Park, N1, Angel, Barnsbury, Canonbury, Clerkenwell, De Beauvoir Town, Hoxton, Islington, Pentonville, Shoreditch, N5, Highbury, N6, Highgate, N8, Crouch End, Hornsey, N10, Muswell Hill, N16, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Shacklewell,N19, Hornsey Rise, Archway, Tufnell Park, NW1, Regents Park, Camden Town, NW3, Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, NW5, Kentish Town.
Scientific name: Felis catus
Size: The average house cat is eight to eleven pounds, but you can have a petite six-pound calico or a big 15-pound Maine Coon cat.
Life span: Indoor cats regularly live to be 15, and some kitties live even longer.
Colours/varieties: There are many different breeds of cats from the hairless Sphynx and the fluffy, puffy Persian to the silvery spotted Egyptian Mau. But the most popular kitties of all are non-pedigree that includes brown tabbies, black-and-orange tortoiseshells, all-black cats, the long hair, striped kitties with white socks and everything in between!
History: Cats were domesticated, or bred to be friendly to humans, sometime between 4,000 and 8,000 years ago, in Africa and the Middle East. Small wild cats started hanging out where humans stored their grain. Can you think of a better place to find mice?! When humans saw cats up close and personal, they began to admire felines for their beauty and grace and the rest is history ;-)
Cat food: cats are obligate carnivores which means they need to eat meat in order to survive. Eating a vegetarian or vegan diet is not an option for your cat. Cats depend on the nutrients found in meat, most notably taurine and arginine. For this reason it is important to feed your cat a quality diet supplemented with a few treats. Ask your vet or pet shop for advice about their range of cat food and treats.