Get your cat used to grooming
The rubber palm brush is a huge hit with cats of all ages! The conical pins mimic the feel of the mother cat’s tongue while removing loose hair from deep inside your cat’s coat. If there ever was a brush that’s perfect to get your finicky cat used to being groomed, it’s our rubber palm brush! It removes an astonishing amount of loose hair and massages your cat in the process. What more do you need?
Remove dirt, even in sensitive areas
Grab the nylon slicker brush and comb your cat from head to tail. Thanks to the rounded tips, this grooming tool is even fit for grooming those sensitive areas like the belly, neck, rear, and tail. In addition, this brush smoothens your cat’s coat, leaving it shiny and clean.
Removing loose hair and dandruff
Run the metal slicker brush in the direction of the tail, but make sure to work in sections in case your cat has dense fur. Don’t press down too hard, as the pins can be sharp when pushed into the skin. The metal slicker brush is also the perfect tool for removing small dirt particles around the facial area. Don’t forget to be gentle though.
Detangle hair with the fine grooming comb. Run the comb through your cat’s fur from head to tail and pay special attention to spots that are prone to tangling. Treat those patches multiple times to make sure all knots are gone. Thanks to the design of the fine grooming comb, you’ll be able to reach tougher areas, such as the armpits and the groin area, with great ease.
Clipping your cat’s nails
Our Catit nail clippers were designed specifically for preventing split nails and allowing you to clip your cat in comfort. Take your cat’s paw in your hand and push down on one of the paw pads. As soon as the nail becomes visible, check the position of the quick – the pinkish part of the nail that contains nerves and blood vessels. Trim the tip of the nail, steering clear of the quick so you don’t cause any pain or bleeding. Great job! Only 17 more nails to go…