The Security Industry Authority (SIA)

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry, this includes holding customer keys whilst carrying out work on their premises. If anyone continues to work without a licence they will be committing a criminal offence, punishable on conviction by a fine of up to £5,000 or 6 months imprisonment or both. Further information can be found on The Security Industry Authority website.

We are pleased to confirm that Crawley Cats at Home has now completed the registration process and undergone the necessary checks, and a licence has now been issued. You can check the licence details by visiting Register of Licence Holders and entering the licence number of 0440111609363456. So you can be rest assured that when you hand over your keys, you are handing them to someone who has been independently vetted and licenced.

Mrs S Wright - Southgate

Elmo
Elmo

I was a little nervous leaving the cats, this being their first time with neither my husband or me at home. I didn't want to put them in a cattery, so a quick search on the internet found Debbie. Wonderful!

Both my little monsters seemed happy and content, and apart from being ignored for about 20 seconds on our return, I don't think they even missed us that much.

I think Debbie will be welcomed back with open arms, especially if she promises Leo another cuddle.

Mrs S Wright - Southgate

Leo
Leo