What is the difference between a lion clip and a comb clip?
Will I need your help?
Do you use sedation to groom cats?
Do you groom aggressive cats?
How long will my cat's groom take?
My cat has never been groomed/bathed before. Is this a problem?
Do you groom elderly cats?
Will you trim my cat's nails and clean ears and eyes too?
My cat has mats but I do not want it to be shaved. Can you do it?
Can I request special shampoo?
How offen do you sanitese your tools?
How do I pay?
I can see your prices. Will I pay any extra fee when I pick up my fury friend from you?
Do you work by appointment only?
What if I have to cancel my appointment with you?
What if I am late?
A lion clip is a full-body short shave with the exception of the head and lower legs. You have the choice to leave the tail unshaved or as a pom-pom. A comb clip is a longer length shave over the whole body and is more suitable for winter.
My assistant works mainly on weekends with me. He can help me to hold cats if I need during shaving and bathing heavy cats. If you are uncomfortable to hold your cat, please book an appointment when my assistant works.
No, I do not use sedation to groom cats and I am not going to.
For some cats I might need to use an air muzzle or towel if they exhibit an overly aggressive behaviour. Some cats can not be groomed by cat groomers.
A lion cut without bath is 20-40 minutes and with bath is 40 to 60 minutes. Bath/spot shaving or bath/brush out will take 40-80 minutes depending on hair length. If your cat is matted or badly matted or hard to handle, the grooming will take me some extra time to finish.
Every cat is different but I am a professional groomer used to dealing cats and will look after them really well.
Old cats (over 10 years) can tire more easily so I will try to be as fast as possible. Grooming an elderly cat can be risky and is not always advised please call me to discuss your cat's needs.
For your cat and my own safety, trimming nails is the first thing I do for all cats. Yes, I do clean healthy cats ears and eyes. I am not a vet, so if your cat requires special eye or ear treatment, please discuss this with your vet.
I can offer spot shaving for sensitive areas (sanitary clip, neck, armpits, belly) and brushing out the rest. However, if the mats are too tight/cover a large area and/or your cat doesn’t take the brushing very well – it hurts! – doing a shave down could be the only option.
I only use shampoo made for cats, I do not use shampoo for dogs. Yes, I can also give your furry kitty a hypoallergenic bath. I can also use your own shampoo (medicated or just your own preference).
All tools and equipment, including clipper blades, are decontaminated between cats to prevent the spread of diseases, bacteria and fungus.
Cash or bank transfer. Pay on card is 2% surcharge.
I will have to take a look at your cat to see how badly matted your cat is and will give you a price beforehand. If your cat is very hard to handle and I need extra time to groom, I will charge you extra fee. If a long/medium/short hair cat comes in with an excessive undercoat or an impacted coat, I charge a $15 coat restoration package.
Yes, I work by appointment. Please see my opening hours on my home page and give me a call for an appointment.
I will send you a friendly reminder sms a day before your appointment. If you have to cancel your appointment, please let me know at least 24 hours earlier.
If you are going to be more than 10-15 minutes late, please give me a call because I might have to give you another appointment. I am working with animals and the time scheduling is very important.