Thank you for your interest in my services!

Updated October 4th: I am booked until November 22nd and have limited appointments from November to December 13th. I will be away from December 21st, 2019 to January 2nd, 2020.


To book a grooming appointment, please fill in the following form. Evening appointments fill up faster than daytime ones, so if you want the soonest available, it's usually before 5pm.

I generally reply to emails Monday to Friday in the mornings. As I'm out grooming in the afternoons and evenings, I may not be able to reply to you same day (I'm the only one doing the bookings as, sadly, my cats haven't learned how to do reception work yet).

I am closed on all Statutory holidays and will not be booking appointments during those times.

Booking form

Name *
Name
Services Required *
Assistance *
I will require someone to help hold your kitty. If you're not comfortable doing that, I can bring an assistant (cost: $30 for one cat, $25 each for 2+ cats)
Please indicate if you have visitor's parking (either paid or free) or street parking.
Availability *
I am booked until November 22nd and have limited appointments from November to December 13th.

While you’re here… Please take a moment to fill in the Ontario Veterinary College’s survey on scratching and declawing.

Declawing is one of the most painful, routinely performed procedures in all of veterinary medicine. Each toe of the cat is amputated at the first joint. Declawing a cat is equivalent in a person to amputating the entire first knuckle of every finger.

A cat’s natural instinct to scratch serves both physical and psychological needs. Their claws are their primary, instinctive tools for defending themselves and capturing prey. They scratch to keep their nails in condition and to mark territory.

- from The Paw Project FAQ on declawing

While I understand cats can damage furniture and this is frustrating and expensive for their owners, the behaviour is entirely instinctive for cats - they are absolutely not behaving badly. I’m always happy to discuss alternatives to declawing with you and answer any questions. Thank you so much taking time to voice your concerns to the OVC.