A full dry groom from me includes my assessment of your cats coat and what work is required; a full and very thorough brushing out to remove knots and tangles, plus any build up of useless dead fur. Your cats eyes, ears and rear will be cleaned, and if in the cats best interest, a sanitary clip will be included free of charge (usually £15). Claw clipping is also included in the service and is free of charge (usual cost £12.50).
- Belly shave £15-25 depending if there are any mats to remove.
- Claw clip £12.50 or FREE with a full dry groom. Additional cats in the same household (on the same day) can have their claws clipped for £7.50. A household of three cats or more, will pay £12.50 for the first claw clip then £5 for each additional cat.
- Wet bath £20-£35 depending on the size of the cat. An XXXL would cost £35 for example but not many cats are this large.
- Lion clip – from £75
- Maine coon cut from £75
- Mat removal usually accompanies a full dry groom or, full groom with wet bath and is priced separately. £20 for basic mats for example, whereas a full pelted coat would be an additional £60 on top of the grooming cost. I am reasonable and a fairly holistic groomer, prefer to go at the cat’s pace. A severely matted coat, with breaks for the cat between can take a very long time and the blades which are used to remove the mats can be dulled easily, and cost £8 each to be sharpened again.
As I am mobile, it does incur time, effort and fuel to get to you. Because of this I have to charge a visit fee. This is totally dependent on the mileage it takes me to get to you, and whether or not I can group you in with another client in the area in order to lessen the visit fee for you both. If you’d like me to do this, please just say on the phone – I usually offer anyway to see if I can save you a bit of cash – my visit fee is not a profit-making machine!
Please fill out the form below if you’d like an estimate of costs for me to come and groom your cat.