Why You Should Use The Furminator For Cats?

September 20, 2010

in Cats

A brush specially designed to reduce fur shedding by 90% in animals is otherwise known as the Furminator. One such Furminator has already been designed for dogs. A Furminator designed for cats goes below the “surface” fur to reach out to the loose and dead fur in the undercoat.

You could go on brushing your cat’s hair for hours together and still end up getting loose hair if you are using the old technique of brushing. There is a particular reason for this.

Using a traditional brush only removes the “surface” hair. Loose and dead furs from the undercoat constantly move up to the surface coat. Thus using a traditional brush solves no purpose in removing loose hair for your cat and is rather considered to be a waste of time.

We are certain that removal of the cat’s undercoat fur will always arrest the problem of shedding in a big way. Being a professional tool the Furminator is not a low priced product. However, with proper use it will surely meet its claims and work wonders for your cat.

The Furminator for cats is ergonomically designed so that the steel comb and its teeth go deep down to remove fur from the undercoat. It can be effectively applied to both short and long haired cats. Ensure that the fur is not knotted or in tangles before using this tool or else you might just end up severely hurting your cat.

After you are certain that the cat’s hair is not tangled, matted or even wet you can start using the Furminator choosing spots of your convenience and before you know the problem of shedding will disappear. It is advisable to keep a dust bin handy to avoid further work of vacuum cleaning the entire room, because surely with the amount of hair that the Furminator will extract this dust bin will surely be needed.

If you have been able to find the right spot, you can know use the Furminator for cats as a standard brush for your pet. Make sure that you will be very careful. Use light strokes only to avoid any type of skin irritation.

Do not be repetitive while brushing your cat’s coat in the same area as the steel teeth might irritate or wound the skin. Look out for skin injuries in your cat if any, caused by insect bites, sores and the like before brushing to alleviate the pain. Last but not the least, be sensitive and watchful while brushing near the areas like the genitals and anus and particularly the underbelly.

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