Firstly a word of warning: having just finished testing this mind-boggling game I may very well be temporalily insane, so apologies if anything I write doesn't make sense. Basically, one minute I was washing a cat in a bath then giving it a hair cut as part of my new pet grooming business I set up to compete with the other pet grooming company in town that just fired me for being "too good," then the next minute I'm standing in a room filled with cats, dogs, humans, baths, cutting machines, treatment tables and dog bowls, all moving about and making noises. Wait a minute, that sentence was far too long. I can't concentare on anything because there's this incessant tune playing internal in my head that hasn't stopped for the last two hours. Am I still playing the game? I'm not sure. Wait, I haven't even added a paragraph break yet.
OK, there we go. Relax James, get it together, it was just a game. Hang on, there go those grating cat screeches and the whines of the hounds again. Please for the love of God - STOP! Right, well basically Paradise Pet Salon is a fun game that sees you run your own grooming parlour. The graphics are really cute and nice and the sound effects are quite funny to start with. As you progress through the game though, the action becomes ridiciously frantic to the point where you have about 50 animals in one room and must juggle them between different machines, match them with their owners, collect money, upgrade your furniture - all on your own. I made lots of money but now I want to jump out of the window. Phew.