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Grooming Secrets        
for Persian & Exotic Shorthair Cats

Does your cat look greasy, coat is clumpy and flat, or mats easily? Have you been to cat shows wondering how they make their cats look so clean, fluffy and perfect?

If you're wondering why you can't seem to make your cat look as fluffy as those cats at the show, and no matter what you do your cat looks greasy and clumpy, this report is for you. It explains the exact methods, tips and tricks of grooming your Persian or Exotic Shorthair cat that you won't find in any Cat Care Book.

This report, viewable with Acrobat Reader, was compiled through help and advice passed on to me by CFA National campaigning Persian breeders, as well as, my experience with products and methods I've used and found to work best for me.

The report contains detailed step-by-step instructions and tips, and includes a list of tools and products with internet links to examples. This advice has since been used by other cat owners and cat exhibitors who've informed me of their delight with the results they got.

Its intended to help you get that special touch
that makes the extra difference in the show ring…
or just helps you learn to groom
your Persian or Exotic better.

To purchase the PERSIAN & EXOTIC GROOMING SECRETS report through the PAYPAL secure service, please click the button below.

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Persian & Exotic Shorthair Grooming Secrets. . . . . . .
by Jeanne Scholz-Snyder
$ 19.99


Customer Comments....

Jeanne, you may not remember me, I purchased your grooming secrets before I went to my first show as an exhibitor (show was 10/16/04). I have a 5 year old exotic female spay, retired from breeding last December. I just wanted to tell you how much your instructions have helped me. I just returned from my third show and Jackie only needs 15 more points to Grand! I keep getting compliments about her grooming, and you are the person I have to thank for that! I am gaining on the eye stains! She is a silver patched macTabby with white (took me a while to remember that) so the white on her face does tend to get stained. Another breeder, I met at the first show, told me how to make the 'eye and wound powder' and that has really helped. Anyway, I do not want to take too much of your time, just wanted to say thanks!

Ruth (paw maiden to Jackie)