Has your kitty been shedding an awful lot?
My kitty sheds about twice a year and that’s when a layer of cat fur sits on anything and everything. So, I figured that it’s time for grooming.
In this blog post, I’ll share a few things about grooming your kitty.
Its common for cat owners to assume that their kitties don’t need a lot of grooming as they keep themselves clean.
Certain cat breeds and mixed breeds that have thick and long fur need to be groomed on a regular basis to avoid the matting of the fur. Brushing is also important as a clean and well-brushed coat looks healthier (and id fluffier to touch!)
While some breeds that have short fur don’t need to be groomed a lot, it is true that they still need occasional brushing and bathing. You should bathe your kitty as needed, or at least once in 6-8 weeks.
Also, hairless kitties need baths, too!
Long-haired breeds need to be brushed on a regular basis to avoid shedding and matting. You should brush your kitty once a day and start during kittenhood. Cats with shorter fur should be brushed at least once or twice a week.
A good dog brush or cat brush does the job.
How often do you groom your kitty? Do you have any tips or tricks you’d like to share with the readers? Let me know in the comments!