Grooming & Care

Cats are fastidious groomers and are very particular about their hygiene. It is hard to imagine a cat ever being covered in dried mud, grass or other nasty stuff, that’s frequently found on dogs.

Cat grooming and care are big parts of feline ownership and the duty of every owner. Although cats can spend hours grooming themselves, they do need human help in this department.

Is Cat Grooming and Care Necessary?

Even though your cat is more than capable to groom herself you should also be a part of this routine.

Some cats may be averse to this routine. So it is important to start brushing your cat from the young age. Doing so will get her accustomed and relaxed during grooming sessions.

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Skipping grooming can cause your cat to develop mats and tangles that can be painful to remove.

In the worst-case scenario, you will have to trim your cat’s coat and let it grow back again. This can be a stressful experience for your kitty.

Grooming gives you an opportunity to examine your cat’s body for any lumps and bumps and check for fleas. It is also a great way to deepen the bond between you and your cat.

What Type of Care Do Cats Need?

Cats are considered low maintenance pets compared to dogs. However, they also need to be cared for in order to look their best. Regular care is essential for the overall well-being of a cat.

This entails regular bathing, nail trimming, cleaning ears and brushing teeth. Caring about these things will not only make your cat look better, but will also make her feel better.

Without regular grooming and care, your cat can develop various painful health issues.

Many companies make cat grooming and care products. Some of them include Hartz, Earthbath, Pet MD and H&H Pets.

The articles below will help you understand the best ways to groom and care for your cat. At the same time, you’ll also find great tips taking care of your cat and reviews on top cat grooming supplies.

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