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Cat Room - Entering

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Cat Room - Grooming Table

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Cat Room - Waiting Area

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Tomorrow's Trends Pet Spa has the only feline exclusive grooming salon in Beaver County. The salon was designed specifically for cats from the cat-sized elevated tub to the Catty Shack Vac drying system. Stainless steel tables provide a stress-free surface for cats, by allowing the groomer to keep the cat in their comfort position and gently slide the cat around. 

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Elsa C&CO

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Our Certified Feline Master Groomer
Anna Kunselman, CFMG has been a groomer for 6 years. Over the years she has received many certifications and continues her education. Her most recent and greatest accomplishment has been becoming a Certified Feline Master Groomer(CFMG). In order to become a CFMG one must pass 4 written exams on Health and Anatomy, Temperament and Assessment, Breeds, Colors and Genetics, and Business. After completing your bookwork you have the option to attend Hands-on training. Anna attended 5 days of optional Hands-On training before taking her 5 practical exams. To receive your CFMG title you must complete 5 grooms to show-worthy quality these 5 include a short-haired full coat, long-haired full coat, comb cut, standard lion cut, and lion cut variation.

Why does my cat need professional grooming?
Cat DO NOT groom themselves, they lick themselves. Cats require just as much grooming as a dog. Cats should receive a bath every 4 to 8 weeks.

Why does my cat need a bath?
Cats produce oil, and a lot of it. Along with producing oil they shed. When this fur mixes with the oils and grease in their coat it forms a matt. Matts are very painful knots in the coat which can lead to death if not taken care of. When a matt forms it starts to cause pain to the cat and can cause hair loss.  As this hair is tugging and pulling at the cat’s skin, wounds will start to form. These wounds will become infected if not treated. With matts your cat is at great risk for flea infestation. Bathing with a good degreasing shampoo made for cats will remove the grease from your cat. This will not only prevent matts from forming but make your cat look good, feel good and smell good too. Also drying with a high velocity dryer will blow out all the dead fur your cat is shedding, helping to prevent matts and decreasing the amount of fur your cat will shed.

Services

Clean and Combed Out

This is our standard grooming

service for all cats. Regular

grooms of every 4-8 weeks can

prevent matting, hairballs,

in-grown toenails, litter box

leftovers, and even ear and eye

issues. It includes:

Nail Trimming

Gentle Ear & Eye Cleaning

Warm Massaging Bath

Complete Blow Dry

Complete Comb Out

Mini Sanitary Shave

Estimated $65-80 plus tax

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Lion Cut

You want the hair GONE! We totally get it. This trim is quite close to the skin, only leaving a moderate mane, hair below the front elbows, rear hock bone, and either a full tail or a pom-pom style. Lion cuts are a great option for both short and long haired healthy, adult cats to prevent matting or reduce shedding. Includes everything in the Clean & Combed Out groom, plus a haircut.

Typically done on an 8-12 week basis.

Starting at... $100 plus tax

Comb Cut 

This "short and fluffy" trim is preferable for older or more particular cats who are not candidates for the shorter Lion Cut trim. Less hair, but leaves the cat with a cute teddy bear style look. Includes everything in the clean & Combed Out groom, plus a haircut leaving approximately 1/2-3/4 of an inch of hair.

Typically done on an 8-12 week basis.

Starting at... $100 plus tax

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Clean & Combed Out PLUS Deshedding 

Is your cat shedding up a storm? Let us help! This de-shed add on gently removes excessive dead coat and can eliminate up to 80% of shedding at home if repeated every 4-8 weeks. Additional hair removal without affecting the length of the cat's coat. A great option for mild to moderate allergy sufferers!

Estimated $85-100 plus tax

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Full Sanitary Shave
Full Sanitary Shave

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Half Belly Shave
Half Belly Shave

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Full Belly Shave

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Additional Services

Nail Trim $20 plus tax

Soft Claws Nail Caps

Includes removal of old nail caps, nail trimming and application of new nail caps. 

-2 Paws $25 plus tax

      $20 plus tax when added to a              grooming package.

 -4 Paws $35 plus tax

      $30 plus tax when added to a              grooming package.

Full Sanitary Shave 

 - Added to grooming package $5 plus tax

 - Done with nail trim appointment $10 plus tax

Half Belly Shave

- Added to grooming package $10 plus tax

 - Done with nail trim appointment $15 plus tax

Full Belly Shave

- Added to grooming package $15 plus tax

 - Done with nail trim appointment $20 plus tax

Cat Grooming Appointment Request

If you have more than one cat please fill out separate forms for each cat.

Cat's Hair Length
Select which days/times would work best for you:
Cat's Weight
What services are you interested in?
How frequently are you looking to schedule an apppointment?

Thanks for submitting your appointment request form.If we are able to accommodate your cat we will follow up with a phone call.

Requirements:

All cats must be up to date on their rabies vaccination. It is highly recommended that your cat receives additional vaccines and has an annual checkup at your veterinarian's. You will need to bring your cats shot records into your appointment or have your vet fax them to 724-858-4633 prior to your appointment.

All cats must arrive in a secure cat carrier. If you are bringing more than one cat they must be brought in separate carriers.

If you are unable to keep your appointment for any reason, we ask for a 24-hour notice to cancel or reschedule as this gives us time to try and fill the appointment. Please note appointments cancelled or rescheduled in under 24 hours are considered no show appointments. No show appointments are subject to a 50% no show fee.

Note:

When you arrive for your appointment be sure to come to the cat grooming salon!

Look for the door with the ramp, this door has a blue cat on it.