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Cat grooming services to Purr-fection in South West London

Usually, cats are perfectly capable of grooming themselves, and they would prefer for things to stay that way for all eternity, if possible. However, no known cat has been seen brushing his matted coat, let alone trimming his own claws. And this is where our professional pet care services come into play!

The cat groomer has lots of experience with cats of any age or temperament and will know how to cater to their needs without causing them stress. Without further ado, let's take a look at what you will get for stopping by our Balham Pet Care Centre.

What are the benefits of grooming your pet?

Grooming is not merely about making your pet look good. It also helps remove unwanted hair, prevents hairballs, improves your feline's hygiene and betters his blood circulation. Our cat grooming services in London also include a few extra benefits, for example:

  • The cat grooming specialist's work is fully insured for your peace of mind;
  • The professional can work with cats of all sizes and ages and has the skills and know-how needed to make even the most fearful or feisty of pets feel right at home;
  • Groom and haircut your cat based on your preferences and your cat's personality.

Ensure the comfort of your pet with a complete grooming package

Our complete grooming service involves lots of different procedures that will untangle your pet's coat and eliminate all dead hair. The diligent cat groomer will also provide you with a wealth of coat and claw clipping information that you can use to keep your pet tidy and happy at the same time. Our full grooming package is suitable for cats with long and short hair and can include:

  • Thorough cleaning of the fur (no bathing included);
  • Minor de-tangling, front and back claw trimming (only if necessary);
  • Using a comb or a clipper to dispose of clumps of dead hair;
  • Gentle cleaning of the ears with cotton balls and alcohol;
  • Wiping the area around the eyes with cotton balls and a saline solution;
  • Chin cleaning (in case your feline is affected by acne);
  • Performing Brazilian hygiene clips and many variations of the Lion cut;
  • Full combing procedure, including the head, back, sides, belly, and legs.

Note: If your cat is elderly, has a heavily matted coat, or is stressed out by the grooming procedures, we suggest splitting the grooming into two visits to achieve the best results.

We know how to take good care of difficult or elderly cats

Grooming elderly cats

When it comes to grooming (or anything else, really), elderly cats will usually not be keen on cooperating. This is why the pet carer will advise you to visit our Balham centre in two sessions. This will give your fluffy companion enough time to grow accustomed to the new surroundings, which will eventually lead to a clean, groomed coat and a very happy purr.

Grooming difficult cats

It's very important to give fearful cats enough time and breathing room to allow them to overcome their stress. Once they become relaxed, the cat groomer will have no trouble bringing their true beauty to light. Angry cats, however, may require a whole new approach. In this case, the groomer will take a few safety measures to ensure a hassle-free experience on both ends.