Posts Tagged “persian cats”
This question is from Mary in the UK from the pictures-of-cats.org website. She ask:
My cat has matted fur. How do I go about grooming matted cat fur? She is a medium long haired cat and is old with a bit of excess weight. She always gets matted fur on her backside which she sits on […]
This is an article I found on our-happy-cat.com website, going all the way back to 2007. It’s called “Long Cat Hair The Importance Of Cat Grooming”
Long cat hair needs special attention everyday and although your cat will groom itself often it will need some help from you to keep it in tiptop condition.
This is an […]
This article will conclude the series I did on “Cat Grooming” from i-love-cats.com.
All cats who have hair, sheds them. And long-haired cats get matted hair. Professional groomers can help you get rid of shedding hair and prevent cat hair matting. But do as much yourself as you can. It is a good opportunity for […]
Every now and then I will post a simple Q&A on cat hair matting concerns. Not only will you be able to view the answers, but also add your own as well.
This question is asked by Lisa G from cat-studio-project.com in November of 2011. She adds: I have not found many reviews online for different […]
Sometimes finding the right grooming tool can make a difference. Here’s an article from pawnation.com that may be some help along those lines.
Cats are meticulous creatures but that doesn’t mean your pet can’t use help in keeping up its coat. Certain long haired breeds — such as the Persian, Himalayan, Maine coon, for example — […]
In starting off this series on cat grooming, “Cat Grooming Tips” went over a simple overview on cat grooming ideas. Now I have combines two nice articles from i-love-cats.com for “Cat Grooming part 1.”
Whether you are a new cat owner or a long time lover of these furry little bundles of joy, a few tips […]
The Persian is the most popular breed of pedigree cats in the United States. Here are some useful tips from John Cardell.com on proper Persian Cat grooming.
Since Persian cats have long, thick dense fur that they cannot effectively keep clean, they need regular grooming to prevent cat hair matting. To keep their fur in its […]