About Awesome Paws Cat Grooming
Awesome Paws Cat Grooming (formerly Awesome Paws Pet Care) was first established as a small business early in 2018 by Business Owner, Pauline Kemp.
This followed a long career working within the world of Charitable Medical Associations with NHS Medical Professionals in Central London. Realising the need for a better ‘Work / Life’ balance without a long daily commute and a change of pace, being a true animal lover, Pauline looked to the Pet Industry for a possible change of career. This led her to discover Cat Grooming as a possible career change and so, drawing on her own personal experience of having owned a long haired cat with coat issues, the journey of becoming a Cat Groomer began.
Undertaking intensive training at The Cat Grooming School, London and achieving the acclaimed level of Master Cat Groomer (UK), led to Pauline starting as a Home Visit Cat Groomer.
Appreciating the importance of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and the importance of being trained and mentored by the best, Pauline went on to further studies with the National Cat Groomers Institute of America (NCGIA), working towards her Certified Feline Master Groomer (CFMG) certification and further hands-on training in Yuma, Arizona, USA. Unfortunately, due to the World Pandemic, completion of the practical exams was put on hold temporarily.
However, utilising all the training and experience gained, Awesome Paws Cat Grooming has continued to grow from strength to strength, helping hundreds of cats every year to fix their coat issues and help maintain them after.
A huge thank you to all the Customers who have entrusted Awesome Paws Cat Grooming to help look after their cats coats and for continuing to support the business through such challenging times.
2022 looks to be a very exciting year ahead – watch this space!
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One of my favourite jobs is being invited to groom the persian cats at a local rescue near where I live. Of great delight and a joy to watch are two kittens who are full of mischief and fun. However, even from the kitten stage it is so important to introduce your cat...
Not all kitties are a huge fan of being groomed. Which is often the reason why coat issues develop in the first place. They just will not let their Human Mum / Dad brush them, or if they do, its only those easy to get to places. Around the head, neck, chin, maybe some...
This adorable boy needed some help with a few small knots which had developed down the inside of his back legs. His owner correctly brought him to me to remove rather than attempt to cut them out with scissors and before they became a bigger issue. Kittens and young...