Surrey & South West London

Mobile Cat Grooming

We are open and working during lockdown, as permitted, for emergencies only. This would include appointments for mat removal and cutting ingrown claws. Assessment is by photographs or video call and appointments  are available in Cobham at my Covid-safe grooming studio as I am currently unable to make home visits.
Please get in touch using the enquiry form and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
I am also offering energy healing as well as grooming. Find out more about how CalmaCat Energy Healing can help your cat here. Find out more.

Please keep checking back for further updates. Stay Safe!


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Service tailored to your cat

Why choose Catskingdom?

  • Comfortable Experience

    I specialise in grooming cats in their own homes. This makes for a comfortable, less stressful experience for cats who are usually happier in their own familiar surroundings, and more convenient for owners with a busy lifestyle.

  • Promoting Health

    Professional grooming helps to keep a cat’s skin and coat clean and in good condition. It stimulates the skin and circulation and removes dead skin cells and loose hair and helps to keep it free from tangles and mats, which can cause discomfort to the cat.

  • Digestive Benefits

    Brushing out on a regular basis to remove dead hair means less hair swallowed when a cat grooms itself, which in turn benefits the digestive function by helping to prevent the formation of large hairballs in the stomach.

  • A Gentle Approach

    By having your cat groomed by Catskingdom, you can be assured that they will be treated gently and compassionately. I will always put your cat’s needs first.

  • Master Cat Groomer

    Grooming techniques I use are regarded as the best available, having undergone training with Master Cat Groomer, Svetlana Broussova.

  • Healing Sessions

    I am now able to offer healing sessions in Cobham for cats and distance healing sessions for both cats and guardians. I'm a qualified animal healer (trained with Elizabeth Whiter) and a fully insured Member of the Healing Animals Organisation.

Cat pictures, advice and news

What's new at Catskingdom?


At the moment I’m able to remove matted fur or clip ingrown claws only which are classed as an emergency (currently available in Cobham). Routine non emergency grooming appointments… Read more

On The Airwaves

I was delighted to be on the radio recently when I was interviewed by Jackie Mitchell from local radio station, Brooklands Radio. Jackie asked me how I became interested… Read more

What our clients have to say

Happy Cats

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    5 stars is not enough for Jan. I was amazed at how she tackled the matts on my Persian and now I have a very happy cat again. She is a true professional who knows how to comfort and calm the cat whilst she is working. Wish I found her months ago and would highly recommend.

    T Welch

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    My Ragdoll hates being groomed so we had a huge problem when her fur became knotted. We were unable to do anything about it ourselves without her becoming very distressed. After several bad experiences with professional groomers we had almost given up when we came upon Jan at Catskingdom. It was like finding a Fairy Godmother!

    David & Diane Dally

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    Jan is easily the best cat groomer I’ve ever met. I have two very fluffy Siberians and Jan is so gentle and kind with them. It’s not easy to clip, shave and comb two wriggling cats but she does it brilliantly and they always end up looking a lot more beautiful at the end of the session than they did at the beginning! I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending her.

    C Hopkinson

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    I have a 20 year old British shorthair and doesn’t bother grooming much any more. He loves his sessions with Jan, and is completely relaxed and content while she grooms him. He is left fluffy, clean and happy, and seems to be able to move much more freely and comfortably after his massage. It’s lovely to see the old boy so spirited!

    S Frost