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For a sneaky way to keep a not-so-cooperative cat s coat looking its best, try using a grooming glove. The glove, featuring tiny bumps perfect for snagging up loose fur, slips over the owner s hand for easy use. Just stroke the cat as usual, and stray hairs are pulled right up. The beauty of this tool is that cats will not even realize they are being preened.
Grooming long-haired cats requires some specialized tools. Most groomers recommend a wire slicker brush, an undercoat brush with a combination of wide and narrow teeth, a finer-toothed comb to go through the undercoat after you use the narrower brush, a flea comb for short-furred areas like the head, and a mat splitter. You may be able to substitute a letter opener like the one shown here for a mat splitter.
To groom your long haired cat you will need the following: A second person to hold/restrain your feline friend Trimmers along with attachments Pet brush/comb Nail clippers Towels ... It has been my experience that grooming usually works best in an uncarpeted room. Trying to remove large amounts of cat hair from carpet with a normal vacuum cleaner is a huge pain, not to mention it will clog up your vacuum.I would also suggest grooming your cat on a counter or table. Your cat may not enjoy the elevation but it will make the entire process much easier. I usually groom my little fur ball on the kitchen table.It has been my experience that grooming usually works best in an uncarpeted room. Trying to remove large amounts of cat hair from carpet with a normal vacuum ...Dog and Cat Grooming by a professional groomer is a way to keep your pet healthy, looking and feeling good. A general rule is that the more hair your pet has, the more upkeep and grooming it will take to keep their coat in a healthy condition.you obviously dont understand the logic behind shaving a long hair cat, since these cats live indoors their diet is based on wet or dry foods they dont nibble on outside grass, sticks and eat mice which makes hard for them to digest the hair they groom off while they lick their body, that hair gets stuck inside their intestines and causes a lot of pain and suffering for the cat, so in shaving them you are actually helping and relieving the cat from a lot of suffering.A nifty device called a can help groom your cat. It is a comb that attaches to the corner of a wall that your cat can rub against. Spraying the comb with a little catnip spray often gets the pets attention. The soft tipped teeth remove hair as the cat rubs against it. If your pet is still shedding excessively, your groomer can help. Clipping the coat to a shorter more manageable length makes daily maintenance easier. Also, there are treatments available where special baths, brushing, and drying methods remove excess hair and last for several weeks.Keeping your pet well groomed is by far the most important step you can take in controlling the hair in your home. Regular bathing, brushing and combing will remove old hair, mats and dander. People often think that short-haired pets don’t shed. They do! They just shed shorter hair. Brushing is just as important for these cats. A brush, comb, mat remover or grooming glove used for a few minutes every day will help collect dead hair that you can throw away instead of finding it all over the house. Removing loose hair also reduces the incidence of hairballs.Long-haired cats can get matted or tangled easier and cats have very thin skin making it possible for their skin to even tear with tight tangles. It’s important to shave (do not use scissors) out the mats to make your pet comfortable. Many long-haired cats such as Persians will get a lion cut where our groomer will keep the head, chest and tail long and shave the rest to keep it easier to maintain.