Need a responsible and caring person to look after your pets? You’re in the right place! I’ve always been an animal owner and love all animals, big and small.
Lisa has been grooming cats for 13 years. Her first cat Narla inspired her to get into cat Grooming. Narla was in a local rescue and Lisa got the call to go and help to relieve her of her matting, She was one of the worst cases Lisa had seen and after visiting weekly and Narla giving Lisa hi 5s and bops and wanting cuddles Lisa decided to bring her home. unfortunately Narla passed in 2020 and has left a big gap in the house.
Lisa has trained at The Cat Grooming School in London where she gained the Advanced Cat Grooming Certificate. Lisa is also a member of the National Cat Groomers Intitute and attends online webinars on cat behaviour and grooming.
Kitten grooming introduction sessions
Removal of Dead Coat
Bathing ( if the cat is used to bathing)
Scissoring/trimming (if the cat is comfortable with this)
Basic Heath Check (please note this is not a replacement for a vet check up)
Like Dogs, Cats should have a regular grooming schedule, between 6 and 8 weeks. Regular grooming reduces and removes matting, fur balls, moulting, improves blood circulation, and keeps hygiene areas clean.
It is not always true when people say that cats do not need human help with grooming. They still need human assistance to maintain a healthy, shiny coat to keep it in tip-top condition. a normal cat can spend as much as 50% of their waking time grooming itself (or another cat).
When cats groom, their barb-like tongues stimulate the sebaceous glands at the base of their hairs and spread the resultant sebum throughout the hairs. Their self-grooming also helps rid the coat of dirt and parasites such as fleas. However, a cat’s tongue, teeth, and saliva can only do so much. When your cat grooms over the item they can spread the hair around and dirt/dander picked up, this can form a knot and make it worse. This is why professional grooming is essential to keep your cats coat in tip top condition and knot free.
Most cats have fur consisting of a soft undercoat that keeps them warm and a course over coat of guard hairs that protect the coat from the elements. When your cat sheds their fur the undercoat will loosen and come away from the skin. If this is not removed when brushing, it can remain on the skin and tangle with the guard hairs.
The Negative Effects of Matting
Being less active due to the matts pulling on the skin
Many Cat owners have noticed positive behavioural changes and say their cats are much happier following a professional groom.
As every Cat is different in size, has a different coat, medical conditions, grooming requirements and temperament, it is hard to give a definite price for every breed. Please contact Lisa for an estimated price for your Cat. The minimum Price for Cat Grooming is £60.
Please Note: Prices are dependent upon the condition of the coat and behaviour of your cat, heavily matted cats will incur a charge for re-sharpening of blades, any cats with aggressive behaviour require much more time and may be subject to an additional fee to reflect this.
All bookings must be approved by Lisa and confirmed. Deposits are required for all bookings.
Cat Grooming Contract
All Clients are required to read and sign the contract. This wil be emailed to you on confimation of your booking.