Furminator For Cats
Description furminator for cats:
1. This furminator for cats is special designed for home pets use. It works greatly on all shedding, long and short-haired dogs, cats etc.
2. The blade reduces shedding up to 90% by removing the loose, dead, tiny undercoat without damaging the topcoat of your pet.
3. The blades are made of stainless steel and the handle is made of TPE and PP, that does not cause your skin allergies.
Size: (Please choose size carefully)
Blade width 75mm (3 inches)
Length 150mm (5.9 inches)
1. Don’t pull out the hair forcibly to avoid causing pain of your pet.
2. If the hair bond is seriously, you can cut the knot first and comb then.
3. Please use oil to protect the pin teeth, if it is used for a long time.
4. Keep it away from your pet or your small child when you are not using it.
Pet Grooming Comb Brush x 1pc with retail box
when I discovered the furminator for cats I was amazed by how much fur it removed, and it wasn’t long before I bought one for my cat.
If you don’t know what a furminator for cats is, it is a deshedding tool.
Why is the furminator for cats different from a regular cat brush?
Well, because it gets to the root of the problem, the heart of the problem—it gently removes the loose hair and undercoat without damaging or cutting the topcoat. Most brushes brush the top level, or the topcoat, but that doesn’t get down to the real problem, which is all of that undercoat you find all over your house. You can actually tell by the color of the hair that comes out of the cat [how much undercoat the brush removes].
The undercoat is the lighter-colored hair, right?
Yes, that’s the undercoat.
My cat Charlotte and other the cats I know really enjoy being—as I like to put it—FURminated. Does it feel good for cats to have someone help them get rid of their undercoat?
It seems to me like it does. I’ve never actually asked a cat. But from the reaction we usually get, most cats do enjoy it. There are always a few cats that don’t really enjoy any kind of grooming. But, no, we hear all the time that owners will pull out the furminator for cats, and the cats come running and rub against them like, “Brush me, brush me!” It seems to be soothing and like a massage to them.
Is using the furminator for cats to groom your cat also a good way to bond with him or her?
Grooming your pet is a great way to bond. That’s one of the things we like to tell our clients—spend that extra 15 minutes a week brushing and bonding with your pet.
If I use the furminator for cats on my cat regularly, will it help lessen hairball issues?
Definitely. We hear a lot that it does.
Can using the FURminator for cats help lessen the allergy symptoms some people have around cats?
It does help with allergies because it helps reduce the airborne allergens.
Do you need to be careful when you are using the FURminator for cats around particular body parts?
Yes, you want to be careful around the head and the privates, and you want to move around the pet. Don’t keep going over one spot on the cat. You want to take a couple strokes then move on to another area so you don’t irritate an area like you could with any brush.
How often would I need to use the furminator for cats on my cat, who is a domestic shorthair, vs. a cat like a Maine Coon with long hair?
It’s hard to say. There are a lot of variables there, but we usually recommend brushing your cat 15 minutes once a week. But long-haired cats may need it done two or three times a week. It depends on how much hair there is and how much of a problem the hair is.