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Cat Grooming


  • Brushes, Combs, Rakes   

  • Cat Nail Clippers, Scissors   

  • Grooming Equipment   
  • Regular grooming of your cat's coat will keep it clean and healthy, and time spent in this activity is worthwhile - providing great pleasure for owner and pet alike. If possible, begin a grooming routine while your cat is still a kitten.

    Frequent brushing is needed for cats to help prevent hair balls and maintain their coat's natural luster by distributing natural oils from the skin. Groom shorthaired cats every few days. Longhaired cats need to be brushed daily - especially during shedding periods. Watch for mats behind the ears, on chest and stomach, and on hind legs. These are the areas that cats clean the least-Always brush in the direction of hair growth, beginning at the head and working toward the tail and down the legs. For shorthaired cats, use small, quick strokes angling your brush to remove loose hair and debris. For longhaired cats, use flowing strokes, separating the hair as necessary. To fluff the coat, brush against the direction of hair growth.

    Woman brushing a cat

    Caution: Do not remove too much hair at one time. It is best to maintain a regular schedule of grooming vs. removing too much hair during an individual grooming session. The undercoat is shed during spring and grows again in the fall. During this time period in particular, avoid thinning the coat too much.

    Petrodex Finger Toothbrush for Dogs & Cats
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    SafariŽ Professional Nail Trimmer
    Price: $6.95
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    SafariŽ Cat Shedding Comb
    Price: $8.95
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    SafariŽ Flea Comb
    Price: $6.95
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    SafariŽ Single Stainless Steel Cat Shedding Blade
    Price: $8.95
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    SafariŽ Bristle Brush
    Price: $5.95
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    SafariŽ Soft Slicker
    Price: $8.95
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    SafariŽ Curved Slicker Brush
    Price: $6.95
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    SafariŽ Self-Cleaning Slicker
    Price: $8.95
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    The Cat Arch Groomer
    Price: $19.99
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    Peticure Petite
    Price: $29.99
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    Peticure Elite
    Price: $49.99
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    Furminator Anti-Shedding - Cat Tool Purple FUR00133
    Price: $39.73
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    Cat Zoom Groom
    Price: $6.18
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