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I can tell you as a former vet tech that when a cat doesn't want to be messed with, a cat REALLY DOESN'T WANT TO BE MESSED WITH. I've been severely bruised through kevlar gloves by cats trying to bite. I've had some go for my eyes. They're intense.
And what's just as important--they're stressed terribly. Maybe it's worth grooming her at home just to avoid that? Your lion cut will improve, no doubt, and she'll be happier.
ETA: The $150 charge may not be that unreasonable if two groomers are tied up with one pet for a considerable length of time or they know they risk being injured. Cat bites are nasty and require antibiotics.
Griffey, all Golden!
Jack, our hound boy 1/2002 - 9/11/2015
Annie, Aussie 12/8/2005 - 12/7/2015
Alex, Border Collie mix
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