How do you groom a cat, aren’t they very difficult?
cats are very resistant to the grooming process. The grooming salon
atmosphere and restraint can be very stressful. (For this reason we
strongly recommend that you do not schedule your grooming on Saturday,
when the shop is busiest and noisiest.) We have several tools and
techniques which help us to safely groom your cat, but we do not use sedatives or tranquilizers and
may find that the grooming shop atmosphere is too stressful for some
cats. If we cannot handle your cat safely (for us AND your cat), we may
recommend that you have the grooming done at a veterinarian’s office,
where your pet can be sedated.
If my cat is difficult (or elderly) can I just stay and help you groom my cat?
Yes, actually with some cats having the owner stay and help is the only way we can handle the cat.
My cat’s hair is tangled in clumps (matted); does it have to be shaved?
your cat’s hair becomes matted the safest and most humane way to deal
with the problem is to shave under the matted hair. Usually this is the
ONLY way the tangles can be removed. Trying to brush or comb out matted
or tangled hair often causes the clump to simply pull completely off the
skin, leaving a bare, irritated, patch of skin. Trying to “cut the mat
out” with scissors is very dangerous. Please don’t try to do that
yourself. Too often after a cat’s owner has tried to cut out the mats we
find a cut wound under the mats, where the owner has actually cut the
cat’s skin under the mat, without ever even knowing they have cut their
How much does cat grooming cost?
price depends on whether your cat has long hair, or short hair, and
also if the hair is matted and tangled. The price includes a full
grooming with nail trim, ears cleaned, bath and fluff dry.