Feline exclusive Grooming for a less "hairy" environment!
I’ve spent years grooming horses and that led to grooming the barn cats. Usually that meant shaving them off with my horse clippers to remove the mats and hay stuck in their coats
They always seemed so grateful afterwards. I knew that there was a better way to safely groom them, I just had to find it. After months of research I decided on the National Cat Groomers Institute of America. They are one of a few schools that offers feline exclusive hands on training.
I earned my Certified Master Groomer Certificate in May of 2011. At the time of my graduation in 2011, I became one of 65 Certified Feline Master Groomers worldwide.
Since graduation I've continued my education and attend feline only seminars in both veterinary and grooming fields.
I am a Certified Feline Master Groomer, Certified by the Red Cross in Feline First Aid. Member of NCGIA, PCGAA, IPG and Holistic Cat Groomers Alliance.
Licensed and Insured
If you have never had your cat professionally groomed before, we invite you to speak with us. Once we see your kitty and discuss your needs, we can offer some suitable solutions to whatever issues you and your cat are dealing with.
De-shedding your cat is a wonderful way to cut down on hair in your home. Most cats love it! It feels good and removes the excess hair that they ingest (think no hairballs) and your home has less hair clinging to the furniture and your clothing! Regular de-shedding keeps hair & hairballs to a minimum.
Nail trimming should be done on a four to six week schedule. If you are having problems with scratched furniture we offer soft paws. Soft paws are a nail cover that prevents kitty from making your furniture a mess.
Sanitary shaves for that kitty that is a little less than fastidious!
Baths and blow drying to remove dandruff and other icky stuff!