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How to groom your cat?

Grooming is part of a cat’s natural instincts and it is something that they really enjoy and do constantly throughout their waking moments. But still there are some aspects which a pet parent needs to focus on. Cats, generally, are happy to spend hours grooming themselves and they have a tongue that is well suited for this task. Their tongues are formed so that they can remove any loose hair or…

8 ways to groom your kitty BEAUTIFUL!

Even though cats spend a lot of time licking and cleaning themselves, they still need regular brushing and combing to remove loose hair, prevent matting and keep the skin free of diseases and parasites, such as fleas. Both short and long-haired cats need to be groomed. It’s to keep them clean and to keep your home clean. Here’s how to groom your kitty beautiful. Bathing facts Wet your cat…

Art of nail clipping…

Some cats disappear as soon as they see you with the nail clippers! Not any more...here’s how to make nail clipping a pleasure, not a chore. Start young Kittens should be introduced to nail clipping when they are young and in this way, they will become accustomed to having their nails clipped on a regular basis and not try to hide away. Quiet atmosphere Nail clipping should be done in a quiet and…

Brush till it shines!

As a judge, I come across cats who are beautifully groomed only to find that the hair on their tummy is matted and tangled. Presentation and grooming is important and it means the whole cat and not just the top coat. However, regardless of whether your cat is a loving companion or a show cat they all deserve to be groomed with care and affection on a daily basis or at least 4-5 times a week.…

The chic look!

Cats are fastidious and a large part of a cat’s day is spent grooming in order to keep his coat in pristine condition. However, we must remember that we play a large part in keeping our cat clean and healthy and this must never be forgotten if we want a happy and contented cat. Groom while young: Accustom your kitten with the brush or whatever else you choose to groom with. Little kittens do not…

Smarten up!

Your kitty is very conscious of her looks…let us also help him maintain his sparkling look! Coat care: Combing and brushing your cat once a week is an excellent habit as it helps reduce the incidence of hairballs. Place your cat on any comfortable surface. Use a fine-toothed comb on short-haired cats and a wide-toothed comb on cats with long hair. Stroke gently and evenly from the head towards the…

Caring for the Claws!!!

Cats have a tremendous drive to knead with or without their claws. This kneading is largely benign and sometimes results in slight wear to your furniture. But you can trim your kitty’s claws to reduce the effect. Clip your kitty's claws You can clip you kitty’s claws to keep them in proper shape. To do so, follow the steps: You can get fancy claw clippers, or just use human style nail clippers.…

Groom him beautiful!

Even though cats spend a lot of time licking and cleaning themselves, they still need regular grooming to remove loose hair, prevent matting and keep the skin free from diseases. Here's how to do that. Step by step instructions for grooming cats Clean the cat's ears – Put a few drops of solution in your kitty's ears and wipe out with a cotton ball. If you notice excess waxy buildup, check for…

Smarten up your Siberian

Comb up their tresses The fur of Siberian does not tend to mat usually. They only tend to shed heavily twice a year, which can be prolonged depending on weather. You can comb your Siberian weekly but in shedding season, they ought to be combed every day, maybe more than once and I recommend a Furminator for shedding season. Different combs for different age groups Kittens: Use plastic combs to…

Grooming the lil’ kitty

A large part of a cat’s day is spent on grooming in order to keep her coat in pristine condition. However, we as a per parent play a large part in keeping our cat clean and healthy and this must never be forgotten if we want a happy and contented cat. Start early Make your kitten accustomed to grooming tools right from day one. Little kittens do not need much grooming care, but when they have been…

Style up your kitty

Contrary to popular belief, cats do need to be regularly groomed to keep them clean and hygienic in their domesticated environment. Even though cats do a fabulous job of keeping themselves clean, they still need to be groomed regularly to prevent matting, fur balls, skin problems and eye and ear infections. Regular grooming allows you to become familiar with your cat’s body and look out for lumps,…