I’ve hear this all the time from cat owners. And I admit that sometimes I feel like I'm crazy. But most cats do need grooming from time to time. If you are the proud owner of a long-haired cat you know this very well. Those of us who are owned by a long haired cat understand that dark clothing is no longer allowed unless you're into, "white-cat-hair-all-over-my-black-pants" look. Last time I checked it still wasn’t in fashion. If I could turn back time, I would've invested my money in the company that makes those sticky lint-remover roller things. I’ve gone through so many over the years that I’m sure my investment would have more than paid off.
The hairballs! This hideous blob on the floor or carpet is almost always discovered by stepping on it in the middle of the night, or by the front door when guests are about to arrive. As if having your obsessively clean mother-in-law find a hairball on the kitchen floor isn’t bad enough, the sound of your cat barfing one up is.
Beyond the shedding and hairballs, cat owners often find themselves battling tangles, mats, eye stains, dirty rear ends and more. This is where we, professional cat groomers comes in. We are the brave souls who fearlessly take on the challenge of bathing a cat. Cat vs. Water. That meek and mild kitty can become a big strong cat with sharp teeth and eighteen VERY sharp claws vs. the tub AND cat groomer.