COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Procedures
4 Paws Mobile Spa COVID-19
Cat Grooming Procedures
Please make sure the parking area outside your home is clear before your appointed time. For everyone’s protection, our groomers are unable to enter your property to collect your cat.
On arrival, they will park and prepare the Mobile Spa.
Please have your cat waiting in its cat carrier. When the groomer rings you and asks you to do so, place the carrier outside your front door.
Please do not hand your cat to the groomer and keep at least a 2 metre distance between you at all times. The groomer will bring your cat back to your front door in its carrier once she has finished. She will then ring you to let you know that she has completed the groom.
Over the past year, we have instigated a series of precautionary measures at our salons and mobile spas in response to Covid-19 pandemic, including increased cleaning and disinfection procedures. In addition to the steps we’re taking, we kindly ask you to take the following precautions:
We are no longer accepting cash payments. We are taking card details over the phone at time of booking. We will not process payment until the groom has been completed.
If you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, had close contact with someone who has, or you’re experiencing symptoms please call us. We will be able to advise you on how your pets can receive the care they need.
If you need to change any appointment because you are in isolation, please call us and we will rearrange it for you.
If you are self-isolating with COVID-19 please let us know as soon as possible. This is so we can implement measures to protect our staff and other clients, some of whom are elderly or could be more susceptible to illness.
We are following the government’s most recent advice regarding the measures we need to take to help control the spread of COVID-19. Please contact us if you’d like further advice about caring for your pet during the pandemic.
The team at 4 Paws are doing our part to keep pets, clients and our staff healthy during COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by following the British Veterinary Association guidelines.