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Some cats require more grooming than others. Learn about brushing your cat’s hair, removing mats, bathing your cat, clipping your cat’s nails, and cleaning your cat’s ears.
Cats are meticulously clean, spending a large portion of their days grooming themselves. Get the facts about how clean cats really are in our article!
Find out whether or not you can use human nail clippers on your cat.
Trimming your cat’s nails regularly can help to minimize the damage caused by scratching. Read some information on trimming and how to go about it.
Cat hairballs are common unpleasant surprises in cat households. Check out these tips for reducing the yucky little surprises many cat parents face on a regular basis.
Although cats typically keep themselves clean, there are occasions when a real bath is necessary. Learn what to do.
A de-shedding tool for pet grooming reaches past the longer outside hairs and removes the inner coat hairs before they mat and thatch. Learn more about the importance of a cat de-shedding tool.
Just as people are living longer than they did in the past, cats are living longer too. Find out what happens to cats as they get older and how you can help your senior cat stay happy and healthy.
Cats are fastidious groomers. Find out what normal cat-grooming habits are, when you need to step in and more here.