Removing dirt, even in sensitive areas
Grab the pin brush and gently run it through your cat’s fur, moving 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. As a bonus, the brush pins open up the coat to allow air to flow in between the hairs, giving longhaired cats a lively, puffy coat after each grooming session.
Removing loose hair and dandruff
Run the metal slicker brush in the direction of the tail, but make sure to work in sections instead of grooming the entire back or belly in one stroke. 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 to remove dirt that is stuck in the long hairs around the facial area, but don’t forget to be gentle.
The grooming comb with rolling pins helps detangle hair without pulling on your cat’s skin. The longer pins will comb through the undercoat while the shorter pins take care of the top coat. In addition, the rolling pins help prevent the comb from getting stuck in tangles. This tool is also perfect for use in those harder-to-reach areas such as the armpits.
Mats are thick and often painful clumps of entangled fur that are impossible to remove with a regular brush. Luckily, the sharp blades on the long dematter cut through mats and knots with ease, instantly removing them from your cat’s coat. Don’t pull too hard when grooming and be careful not to cut into your cat’s skin. Removing mats is a delicate task, make sure you take your time.
Clip 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. Once 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. Well done! Only 17 more nails to go…