If you are wondering how often you should have your cat groomed, we can help. While we would rather speak to you about your cat and your cat’s history, the answer typically depends on 3 things: your cat’s coat texture, length, color and skin condition. Texture What is the texture of the coat? Silky, greasy, […]
Help! I’m allergic to my cat.
A recent client called in tears as she took home an adorable new kitty. She started sneezing and was getting sinus infections, itchy eyes, a runny nose and her doctor said it was from her cat. There was no way she was giving up her little ball of fur who made her so happy. She […]
Matted cat? Are you ashamed to go to vet or call groomer?
We know you love your cat. You feed him/her great food and give her loving care. One day, you notice a tangle. She’s not letting you pet her. A week goes by, maybe a month and all of a sudden, your cat is matted. You try to comb it out and she growls and swipes […]
Which cat’s need grooming the most?
We love our cats; cats are wonderful companions, and we want what’s best for them. While most cat’s could use a groom every 4-8 weeks, there are others whose lives depend on it. Which cats need grooming most? Cats with soft, silky fur Senior or Geriatric cats Overweight cats Cats with health issues Cats who […]
Why Hire A Certified Cat Groomer
Who would you rather trust your feline family member to? Someone who has no training, or the highest-trained, certified cat groomer with experience in feline safety, handling and health? If price is your sole determining factor, please save yourself time and stop reading. However, if you want your cat to be groomed by a […]
Tear Staining in Cats
Certain breeds like Persians, Himalayans, Scottish Fold and Exotics (those with short noses otherwise referred to as brachycephalic faces) are prone to excessive tear staining. They have drainage issues because of their prominent eyes and short nasal passage. What are the causes of tear staining? It’s typically caused by an overproduction of tears and appears rusty in […]
Essential oils – not safe for cats, good for dogs
Grooming can be a stressful experience for your pets. Some salons utilize aromatherapy with their fur clients. With aromatherapy, essential oils like lavender are diffused into the air. Scientist believe scents like lavender may help calm both dogs and people by sending chemicals to the brain that affect mood and emotion. Due to the risks […]
Matting is Painful, Dangerous and Entirely Preventable
Matting is dangerous and easily prevented with regular maintenance grooming Matting can cut off blood supply to extremities, and deny regular air circulation to the body. Skin denied fresh air and stimulation from regular brushing can turn dark pink to red (due to blood being constricted) and open sores are apt to form emitting foul […]
Debunking myth that cats hate water
While most people think cat’s don’t like water, the reality is cat’s are more frightened they will drown. Being bathed in slow moving warm water is the least stressful part of a groom for feisty felines! As a groomer who has been trained, we use special techniques to introduce a cat to the bathing process. […]
Professional Cat Grooming: Make Life Easier for your Cat(s) and human
People often assume that cats groom themselves; this is a common misconception. We see them licking themselves and think it must be a sort of feline shower. The licking is actually just a cat’s way of getting rid of loose fur, dust, dirt and debris. If your cat suffers from matted fur, hairballs, […]