Professional cat grooming

Professional Cat Grooming: What You Need to Know!

At Groomit, we don’t only offer in-home dog grooming, but in-home cat grooming too. We excel in helping your cat feel and look at their best and keeping them as healthy as possible.

However, many owners don’t believe their cats need professional cat grooming. In this article, we will explain why professional grooming is a good idea and what we offer!

Professional Cat Grooming: Is It Necessary?

While many people understand the importance of grooming their dogs thoroughly and regularly, most do not realize that cat grooming is just as important.

Some tend to believe that it just simply isn’t as important for cats to be groomed by us; after all, they seem to do a good job of it by themselves when they give their coat a lick over.

However, this by itself is usually not enough. Cats do require a helping hand from us humans to keep them free from irritation and infection, matting, and discomfort. We have an article here that explores further into why your cat needs to be groomed.

Professional Cat Grooming: Why Is It More Expensive Than Dog Grooming?

This is a question we receive a lot at Groomit, and it is not something just limited to our grooming service. The price of professional cat grooming across the industry tends to always run more expensive than professional dog grooming.

But why is this? It certainly seems strange on paper; cats tend to be significantly smaller than most dog breeds, so surely it must be less work.

However, the reality is different.

Cats tend to hate being groomed a lot more than most dogs. If you have ever tried to give a cat a wash, you’ll understand that many cats will find the whole experience unpleasant. Because of this, grooming sessions can lead to either the cat trying to escape, or worse, the cat scratching or biting the groomer.

And cat bites are nothing to sneeze at. While a dog bite can be stronger, they usually have rounded teeth, leading to a cleaner wound. Cats, on the other hand, have much sharper teeth that are likely to sink deeply into the groomer’s skin.

This leads to a much higher chance of infection. A three-year study by the Mayo Clinic found that 1 in 3 cat bites required hospitalization.

For this reason, professional cat grooming tends to be more expensive due to the higher risk towards the groomer.

Professional Cat Grooming: What We Offer

Here at Groomit, we offer two different cat grooming services; Gold and Silver. See below for what each one entails!

Silver service –  The basic package, which includes the below:

  • Bath with shampoo
  • Hand fluff blow dry
  • Ear cleaning
  • Dry brush out
  • Nail trim

Gold service – Includes everything within the Silver service PLUS:

  • Sanitary trim
  • Dematting
  • Pad and tail trim
  • Haircut (lion cut)

With these services, your cat will be feeling great, looking fabulous, and be free of any potential infection. It’s a win-win!

Professional Cat Grooming: A Great Way to Keep Your Cats at Their Best

That’s everything you need to know about professional cat grooming and what we at Groomit have to offer!

Now that you understand that cat grooming is a necessity, why not give us a go? Our professionally trained groomers are incredibly experienced at working with cats, making the experience quick and easy for all those involved.

We hope to see you soon!


Q: Why is professional cat grooming important?
Professional cat grooming is important because it helps maintain the overall health and well-being of your cat. It ensures proper coat care, prevents matting, promotes good hygiene, and allows for early detection of skin issues or abnormalities.

Q: What are the signs that my cat needs professional grooming?
Some signs that your cat may need professional grooming include a matted or tangled coat, excessive shedding, visible dirt or debris in the fur, unpleasant odor, overgrown nails, or signs of discomfort when being touched or brushed.

Q: Can professional cat grooming help with shedding?
Yes, professional cat grooming can significantly help manage shedding. Groomers use specialized tools to remove loose fur, which helps minimize shedding and prevent the formation of hairballs. Regular grooming sessions can also promote a healthier and shinier coat.

Q: Is it necessary to bathe my cat during a grooming session?
Bathing a cat during a grooming session is not always necessary, especially if they have a clean and healthy coat. However, if your cat has specific skin conditions or has gotten into something dirty, a bath may be recommended. Professional groomers use cat-friendly products and techniques to ensure a safe and comfortable bathing experience.

Q: Can professional grooming help reduce hairballs in cats?
Yes, professional grooming can help reduce hairballs in cats. Regular grooming sessions help remove loose fur, preventing excessive grooming and the ingestion of hair. By reducing the amount of hair your cat ingests during self-grooming, you can minimize the formation of hairballs and associated digestive issues.


Ryan Jones

Ryan is a freelance writer for hire specializing in Pets and Animals. He works closely with various pet sites with the aim to educate people on everything there is to know about our cute furry companions. When he isn’t writing professionally he is usually keeping his cat Snow out of trouble!

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