Cat grooming is very unique and most cats will likely require some sedation, making cat grooming a more delicate technique. Your cat’s grooming experience starts with brushing their coat to remove loose hair and de-tangle matted areas. After the initial brushing, it is time to soak in the suds for a bath. A cat’s coat condition and skin irritability will determine the shampoo and conditioner. The drying process will either be with a towel or with circulating air. Once clean and dry, your cat is ready to be styled!
A cat’s grooming style can depend on things like age, breed, lifestyle, and time of year. An indoor domestic long hair might only need minimal brushing, while a Maine Coon in the southern summer heat might be better suited with a ‘lion cut’. Other breeds, like persians, might have tear issues to address or matting.
Because we care about the health and protection of your feline family members during their cat grooming experience, we recommend an annual FIV/Leukemia screening, the RCP and Leukemia vaccines.
Feline Vaccines for Grooming:
- FIV/LK Combo Test within the last 12 months
Please call us for additional information on dog grooming or cat grooming, or to schedule your grooming appointment, (864) 882-6047.
Our normal office hours:
M, T, W, F: 8am-5:30pm