Determine if your cat is a domestic short-hair, longhair, Over 12p Or any of the following breeds Persian, Himalayan, Ragdoll, Maine coon, Siberian, Norwegian. What is your cats coat condition? Do you need to add on de-shedding, matt removal or a sanitary trim? Are you outwith Vancouver, consider the call out charges
The common myth is that Cats groom themselves. The fact is cats lick themselves. The saliva contains allergens which spread across your house and encourage allergic reactions. Cats also produce a lot of dander and oils in their coats, naturally, they shed and if they are not bathed regularly that loose hair gets trapped by the oils at the roots which if left can becomes a tangle, tangles then become matts which can be painful and stressful for your cat. Regular bathing will stop this from occurring. Cats also spread litter, dandruff, and hairballs.
Professional grooming includes the basics to help maintain a clean and healthy cat including nail trimming, a bath to cleanse & degrease the skin and fur, a blow dry which helps with shedding; coat condition and hairball reduction, brushing/de-shedding, de-matting and a sanitary shave for cleanliness of older and long-haired cats. Add ons such as toe tuft removal, belly shaves, teethbrushing and are available as well as Kitten and Senior packages.
The National Cat Groomers Institute of America and the Cat Fanciers Association recommend the following grooming schedule for cats:-
Long-haired: every 4-6 weeks
Medium-haired: every 6-8 weeks
Short-haired: every 8-12 weeks
Matting is 100% preventable. Professional Grooming based on a maintenance schedule will eliminate this plus shedding, hairballs and other unpleasantries. Repeated matting due to lack of grooming or scheduled maintenance will be subject to extra charges or in extreme cases referral to a Vet***
This is the cat’s meow in grooming. This package includes a nail trim, ear eye & facial cleaning, bath, blow dry, and a full brush out which will leave your kitty feeling (and looking!) like a million bucks.
Balinese, Birmans, Bobtails, Exotics, Himalayans/Persians, Main Coons, Norwegian Forest Cats, Persians, Ragdolls, Scottish folds, Siberians
This is the lesser of two evils when it comes to managing out of control shedding. We begin with the full coat groom and continue with a thorough high-velocity blow dry that loosens the undercoat. We finish with a comb to suit your kitty's coat and work out all that loose hair. The outcome is a smooth and shiny coat and a smaller looking cat.
For the Kitty who is having a bad fur day, this is the go-to! Have you noticed those knots and tangles in their fur? We start off with the full coat groom and a thorough blow dry to help ease out the naughtiest knots, the rest can easily be removed with some gentle technique and a cat comb or may require to be shaved out. Final price depends on the severity.
This treatment is purrfect for the kitty with extensive or unmanageable shedding. We can’t promise your cat’s going to love it, though! After all, we’re going to shave everything except for the face, mane, legs, and tip of their tail. Drastic times call for drastic measures! Sorry, kitty!
***$30-$60 added if cat is matted
The purrfect way to help reduce the build up of plaque and bad breath. Comes with reusable finger toothbrush.
The purrfect way to keep your cat cool in summer or for those long-haired Kitty's who mat in these areas. We shave from the sanitary to the
Ewwww, Kitty litter gets trapped in those furry paws. A quick trim can help eliminate this. Also great for providing extra traction if your cats slipping around on wooden floors or slippery surfaces.
When Kitty dribbles water and food under his chin, sometimes this becomes tangled and unsightly. A gentle skim over this area with the Clippers will help to keep this area clean and maintenance free.
It’s all about early pawsitive education! Treat your newest addition to a groom which includes a nail trim, ear cleaning, bath, blow dry and brush that will leave them looking so cute you might not be able to handle it.
Looking after Senior cats sometimes means only doing what is really necessary to keep them happy, healthy and comfortable, with no stress.
I recommend the Salon Kitty Spa package which includes a gentle nail trim, eye, ear and facial cleaning, sanitary trim and brush. If your cat requires matts to be removed this is an extra $30-$60 depending on severity.