Toe tuffs? Ruff skim? What are you talking about?
Some of the most beautiful attributes of the long hair breeds can be problem points for the owner. Toe tuffs, the longer hairs growing on the bottom of the feet between the paw pads, can track litter threw out the house. They are desirable when showing and are part of the breed standard for many pedigreed cats, but can be trimmed, quickly and safely using a small trimmer clipper, to suit the needs of the owner.
The ruff skim, when an owner request a trim around the neckline of the cat–often times this request is to prevent the ruff from getting wet or dirty when the cat eats or drinks or to keep the ruff hairs from being caught in its mouth when licking. A ruff trim creates an over all neater appearance, easier to maintain on cats with a longer ruff.