Introducing Scaredy Cut, Silent Home Grooming Set ENTER TO WIN! FIVE WINNERS!

Wed, Nov 24, 2010

Giveaways, Grooming

Do you have a scaredy cat at home? One who’s afraid of the vacuum and the mailman? I do, and the thought of getting him groomed is very unpleasant. The clippers used by groomers vibrate, making a noise that is frightening to nervous pets. And using regular scissors is not an option. Did you know that it is very dangerous to use regular scissors on a cat’s fur because their skin is so delicate that when you lift the fur it’s almost impossible not to clip the skin, which could be disastrous.

Well, Scaredy Cut is a new invention that provides a simple solution. This grooming set uses scissors with a clip-on blade to protect delicate skin when trimming kitty’s fur. They sent me a set to try, and I tested it on Mackenzie, my big chicken-butt, and I was thrilled at how well it works! Sometimes Mackenzie needs a little assistance grooming his wooly britches and I was able to use the Scaredy Cut to help him out — without freaking him out. The Scaredy Cut is Mackenzie approved!

The set comes with one pair of scissors with a special comb holder and six plastic clip-on combs ranging from 1/2 inch to 1 inch. These are the same combs used with electric clippers and are designed to glide smoothly through fur while resting on the skin and keeping the blade at a safe distance. It’s easy to see the pink comb in any color fur.

In addition to eliminating the vibration and sound of electric clippers, the Scaredy Cut prevents uncomfortable hair pulling. Even with regular clippers the fur is pulled from one side. With Scaredy Cut, the scissor blades come together from both sides, eliminating pulling.

The Scaredy Cut set comes packaged in a little box with instructions, perfect for holiday gift giving. The set is available from Amazon for $25 with free shipping. Get more information and watch the demo video at


Five lucky winners are going to get to test the Scaredy Cut themselves. Each winner will receive a Scaredy Cut grooming set PLUS the special Tiny Trimball-tipped scissors for finishing touches. To enter, please leave a comment on this post. The winners will be chosen in a random drawing on December 1, 2010. One entry per person. This giveaway is open to readers everywhere!

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549 Responses to “Introducing Scaredy Cut, Silent Home Grooming Set ENTER TO WIN! FIVE WINNERS!”

  1. 401
    Victoria C.

    I have an elderly Persian, so I could really use this!

  2. 402
    Megan Brayton

    What a wonderful idea! I can see this solving many issues in several scenarios! =^..^=

  3. 403
    Kimberley Jumper

    I could definitally use this!

  4. 404

    This looks very nice. My 6 cats will love this!!

  5. 405

    This would be great for my two long haired princesses. They have some problems with keeping their bottoms poop free. These would be such a help!

  6. 406

    My Wicket’s fur sometimes get matted up in his armpits. I worry about slipping with the scissors when I try to trim the matts. This is a great solution!

  7. 407

    I’ve got 4 cats 3 of them we saved and 1 is a persian long hair!
    he doesn’t like the way i do it now. i think he would like this much more!

  8. 408
    Morgen Andoff

    cool idea! Very Handy to have.

  9. 409

    What a clever idea! Now I just need a spare pair of hands to stroke my cat while she’s being clipped :)

  10. 410

    I’ve never even tried cutting my cat’s hair before, but maybe with this I would try.

  11. 411

    How interesting. I’ve groomed cats before with clippers with little to no problem usually…but it would be neat to see how this works on cats that are nervous!

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    Wow, so cute! I would love to try this! I have a 7-year-old cat with long long hair, whose fur is always getting into her mouth when she is cleaning herself and i have to groom her all the time. So this would be great! Also, because i can’t afford to take her to the groomer’s.

  14. 414
    Nancy Schoenfeld

    Can you show us a picture of MacKenzie’s trim????

  15. 415

    Tell me this isn’t a dream? I have devoted part of every day this past week to ‘groom’ Napoleon, our beautiful rescue “Persian Something”. I have studied web sites, read blogs, consulted pros and friends and shopped till I dropped to find the best and safest way to eliminate the mats that now form as his winter coat becomes more ‘wooly’ with each passing day! I have resorted to an assortment of combs and a brush that work fairly well, but when I have to ‘snip’ I must do so with caution and assistance ( but not from Napoleon)! I groom for a limited amount of time to lessen the stress ( on both of us). This tool is EXACTLY the answer for those difficult areas. It will be great for our two Himalayans (WINSTON AND MARCUS STUART) too! BRAVO TO THIS INNOVATIVE PRODUCT! ‘SHEAR BRILLIANCE”! IF I WIN I WILL SHOUT IT FROM THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN TOPS!

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    Nancy Schoenfeld

    Please delete my last post….I just saw the video……looks GREAT.

    My Maggie Mae West is the devil incarnate for the groomers. Also, they drug her and getting that much anesthesia 3-4 times a year isn’t good for anyone or thing.

    Thanks for this solution!!!

  17. 417

    This is just what I need for my oldest cat who now needs help with grooming. This would truly be a Godsend for her she is so skiddish about fur cutting. Thanks for this wonderful chance to win this.

  18. 418

    How wonderful!

  19. 419
    Meg Ree

    people are so smart – these are great! :)

  20. 420
    shay hadass

    I wonder how many scratches I’ll end up with.

  21. 421
    Sarah Williams

    This product would save my hands from lots of abuse!

  22. 422

    Terrific idea – almost too good to be true. Our John The Cat has mats constantly on his back side. He takes advantage of his polydactal paws to communicate his unhappiness when I try to remove the mats.

  23. 423

    Great idea. Definitely would be helpful.

  24. 424

    No more grooming sedation?!?!

  25. 425

    What a great idea! Sounds like it would be quite useful.

  26. 426
    han butler

    these are brilliant!
    what a great idea!

  27. 427

    This would be great for my long haired crew!

  28. 428

    Great idea!! I help a friend who has two long-haired cats and this would be a huge help.

  29. 429

    Grooming is so important! Thanks for this gentle grooming set.

  30. 430

    Wow, what a perfect idea for a product! One of my kitties has a tendancy to suffer from what we delicately call “trinket-tosis” (ahem, those icky bits that get stuck to her fluffy britches when she visits her boudoir) so we need to keep her fuzziness trimmed. She’s petrified of the electric trimmer and regular scissors are a marginal alternative — Love the Scaredy Cut!

  31. 431
    Jen b

    This looks like the best grooming tool since the Furminator.

  32. 432
    Missy K

    I need something like this in the worst way .


  33. 433

    Ooh, I need one badly!

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    My darling (housecat) feline ~ Holly but, whom I call Beloved (constant companion) & I desperately need this, I am disabled & partially sighted so struggle to groom her adequately. I am so fearful of injuring her ~ she is elderly, arthritic & almost blind so, naturally gets very fractious when I try to disentangle her long-haired coat. I get so sad at the state of her coat as its my fault through ill health & I love her so very much ~ she is such a beautiful, loving cat & companion. A tool that would enable me to safely rid her coat of knots with causing her undue stress & risk of injury & would help restore it to a more nurtured & pristine state would be such a welcome gift for us both. Thanks, Love Kade & Holly_Beloved xxx

  36. 436
    jenny hattori

    Amazing, my girl suki needs this in the worst way

  37. 437

    This is awesome! How helpful!

  38. 438

    Grooming my kitties is always a challenge, so we would love to win this set. Or at least I would.

  39. 439

    This would be great for my Persian cutie. Hope we win! :)

  40. 440

    I lost my much loved “fuzzy” kitty Xena to cancer in 2008, but for years I regularly groomed him with clippers. He loved the feeling of short fur so much that he sit still the whole time and would roll around like a crazy kitten when we were done.

    Last year I adopted another long haired boy but he doesn’t even like being brushed …. I am months away from using clippers if necessary, these would be a wonderful tool to have for my former stray “fraidy” cat.

  41. 441

    This looks so great!!!

  42. 442
    israel y

    great set!

  43. 443
    Ward Suddaby

    I am putting the Kitty Barbershop pole up now!

  44. 444
    Tina B.

    I desperately need this for my cat’s long, easily matted fur!

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    pumpernickels nether breeches really could use help from Scaredy Cut!

  48. 448

    This would be fantastic at a shelter. The cats have already been through so much, and some of them have never been groomed in their lives. It’s tough with some of the matted ones, getting them used to a trim near the tail area.

  49. 449

    awesome! guilt free trim jobs for kitty :)

  50. 450
    Chantale Piche

    What a great idea! Working with feral cats on a regular basis at our cat shelter – it would be great to try these on them (would beat having to leave the poor fellaws matted up!) – this could be a great solution!


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