Posts Tagged “hair ball”

The Importance of having your Cat Groomed

By | January 19, 2012

How would you like help with your cat hair matting issues without having to to leave your house? Check out this interesting article from Pet Love Mobile Grooming in Dallas, Texas, USA-a mobile pet grooming service that grooms your pet at the convenience of your own home or office in the DFW area.   Cats […]

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Ten Ways to Treat a Cat for Matted Fur

By | January 17, 2012

Grooming your cat regularly with a brush or comb will reduce the occurrence of cat hair matting. Unfortunately, many cats wind up with matted fur because they hate to be groomed. Here’s how to deal with the problem, which occurs most often in longhairs. Instructions 1. Attempt to remove the fur mat after the cat […]

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What is the Difference Between Cat Fur and Cat Hair?

By | January 16, 2012

As a reader you no doubt have noticed references to both phrases on this site and other sites-but no one has ever explained the difference, if any. Here’s a nice answer by Franny Syufy to the Question: What is the difference between cat fur and cat hair? Answer: Excellent question, and one many people wonder […]

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How to Groom a Ragdoll Cat!

By | January 13, 2012

Grooming a Ragdoll cat regularly will ensure your pet’s coat remains healthy and lustrous. Read on to learn more about Ragdoll cat grooming requirements from the following article.   Easygoing and mellow, that’s a Ragdoll cat for you. These cats are one of the easiest pets to keep as pets, especially for families with children. […]

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Medical Ways to Break Down Cat Hairballs

By | January 2, 2012

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY–Dirty litter boxes and hairballs probably top most cat owners’ lists as the most distasteful parts of having a cat. Most cat owners know to watch their step when they hear the hacking of their cat, but many don’t know that hairballs can be life-threatening, not just a nuisance. Many cats groom most […]

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How To Remove Matted Fur From Your Pet

By | December 30, 2011

Pets with long hair often get matted fur-dogs and cats alike. These patches of hair can cause skin irritation in our pets. Dr. Lauren of petside.com teaches you a safe way to remove these matts.      

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