No Anaesthetic, No Sedation.

Many people have to rely on their vet to groom their cat, but unfortunately this often requires anaesthetic or sedation which of course comes with risks. At our salon, we do not sedate. 

It is rare that we will encounter a cat that is extremely distressed by the grooming process, but in these instances we offer a full refund and will advise you on best practice going forward. 

No Dogs

Although our facility offers dog grooming, we have two completely separate sections of our building with specific grooming rooms catering to their needs.  Dogs and cats never interact. 

Vegan & Cruelty Free Products

Your cat may be a carnivore but we believe it's unnecessary to harm other animals to keep your cat clean and at its most fabulous; that's why we use only vegan and cruelty-free products. 

Lion Cut

Often given to longhair breeds such as Persians, Maine Coons, and Domestic Longhairs, the lion cut entails shaving the cat’s body fur except for on the head and feet. and if requested the chest and tail. The results can look theatrical, but the lion cut has many benefits including removing matting, assisting temperature regulation, and helping with the ingestion of fur. This cut is often used to "reset" the cat's coat.

Also includes exfoliating double shampoo to thoroughly clean the skin, conditioning treatment, dry, nail clip, paw pad trim, brush and light scissor work for polished finish.

Comb Cut

The comb cut is when we take down the coat down, but not all the way like a lion cut. This is the groom we use to "style" the cat.

In addition to increasing overall hygiene, comb cuts allow your cat to stay relatively warm in colder weather while cutting down on the length of hair shed, decreasing knotting/matting, and hairballs. It is an easier style to maintain for owners rather than long coats.

This service also includes exfoliating double shampoo to thoroughly clean the skin, conditioning treatment, dry, nail clip, paw pad trim, brush and light scissor work for polished finish.

Belly Shave

The belly shave is exactly what it sounds like! We carefully shave the hair covering the cat's belly area, including between the cat's rear legs, beneath the tail and around the anus. The belly shave is often given to long-haired cats to remove and prevent mats and increase hygiene. Plus, in warmer weather, the cat can use the shaved area to lay on cold tiles or floors to help keep cool. 

This service also includes exfoliating double shampoo to thoroughly clean the skin, conditioning treatment, dry, nail clip, paw pad trim, brush and light scissor work for polished finish.

Hygiene Cut

This cut is designed purely to assist your cat's hygiene - it's all about  function, not style. We trim the hair near the cat’s anus and genitals to get rid of faeces or litter clumps that might get stuck in the fur on the way out of the litter box. The hygiene cut is a practical choice for longhair breeds as well as senior, disabled or overweight cats that have trouble cleaning themselves.

This service also includes exfoliating double shampoo to thoroughly clean the skin, conditioning treatment, dry, nail clip, paw pad trim, brush and light scissor work for polished finish.

Wash, Dry and Brush Out

This is all about cleaning the cat but not cutting the hair.

We double wash and exfoliate to remove dirt and oil, use a conditioning treatment to restore moisture, gentle dry and brush in our state of the art cat dryer, remove any knots, undercoat and debris, nail clip, and paw pad trim.

De-Shedding Treatment

This is a great option for short haired cats that leave loose hair all over your clothes and furniture. There is nothing that will stop the natural shedding process, but this certainly cuts down the amount of hair that will be left around.  We use a specially formulated cat-safe to get the excess hair out, and then take our time de-shedding the rest of the coat gently by hand. You'll find the hair will continue to gently fall out over the following few days, but then the amount of hair will be drastically less.

To use this service, book a "wash & dry" and add "de-shedding treatment" as an add-on

Pricing!

Go check out our price list! Please note it is a guide and the exact price will be given on arrival before the appointment
Before your Cat's Groom

What to bring

All you need to bring is your cat in a carry cage.

If your cat has specific treats, shampoo, brush etc, please bring that too. 

What to do

Your cat will cope so much better if you're able to expend some of its nervous energy. It isn't essential but we would love it if you could play with your cat before you arrive.

If your cat has any health issues, please let us know before the groom as we would like to schedule a little more time to take extra care of them. 

If it is your cat's time first with us, please account for a little extra time before your appointment to fill out our client forms.

Colour Dyes

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Nail Caps

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Kittens

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