Don’t Give Grooming Your Cat The Brush-Off

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Some people love their cats shorthaired. Some even love their cats to be bald! Me? Well, I’ve had kitties with both short and long coats, and though the grooming is a bit of a nuisance, I can’t get enough of those big, bushy tails. For me, there’s something about the long coat that adds to the regal look of our fur-kids, and I wouldn’t have them any other way.

But with longer coats comes extra demands when it comes to their grooming: combing and brushing, clipping and cleaning, and if your cat won’t kill you for it: a bath and a blow-dry. (Would you like a pedicure while you’re here, Madame?)

When it comes to our Maine Coons, I have tried a variety of brushes and combs to get through their luxurious locks. From the fancy and fandangle, to the commonplace old-faithful’s. I have spent a veritable fortune on grooming tools and brushes that have promised everything apart from cooking my dinner! But time and time again, I come back to the simple metal combs and my daughter’s old hairbrush: they’re cheap, gentle, and will never fall apart.

Which brushes and combs do you find work best for you? Do you have one that you can’t live without?

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Check out Milo getting groomed in the video! Just look at how much he loves it. Check out that tail … it’s something else, don’t you think? Imagine running a brush through that! Simply stunning!

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