When it comes to our fluffy feline friends, the truth is that they mostly clean themselves. They lick themselves and brush their fur naturally, but and cat owner know that they sometimes need a little extra help. Your cat needs a little trim now and again, and their claws should be filed down if you aren’t looking for mangled furniture. Are you looking to groom your cat without hurting it or losing an eye in the process? Well, this video gives us all of the basics of cat grooming at home.
First of all, you want to have the right tools for the job. Nail clippers are crucial to ensuring that your cat doesn’t scratch you if they don’t like grooming.
Next, this expert recommends a brush with plastic coated bristles so that you can get to the cat’s undercoat, while also providing multiple points of soft contact for your cat’s comfort. Use a coarse and fine-toothed comb to make sure you don’t miss any tangles. If your cat is extremely matted, it is the best decision to take them to a professional groomer.