If you have a cat then you already know that they shed … a lot. You know that whether they have short hair or long hair you tend to find it absolutely everywhere. Well, brushing them can definitely help with that, if you know what kind of brush to get. You need something that’s going to help you and them keep better groomed. It may not always be easy, but it’s definitely going to be possible if you know where to look. Like looking at each of these features of a great brush for your cat.
Hair Length: What kind of hair length is it designed for? Is it best for short-haired cats, long-haired cats or both? You want a match for your cat.
Size: How large is the brush? You want something that will clean up your cat quickly enough but that isn’t going to be too large at the same time.
Matted Hair: Will it work for matted hair? This can be really difficult to brush out but it’s something that needs to be done for your cat.
DeShedding: With the brush actually cut down on the amount of shedding that your cat does? That’s the whole point, right?
Material: Is it made of wood or plastic or something else? The material may not be super important, but it’s something to consider.
Ergonomic Handle: An ergonomic handle makes it easier for you to hold onto the brush for a longer period of brushing, though it’s not a necessity.
Cat brushes are everywhere, but that doesn’t mean you should just ignore the research and just pick up anything. You want to make sure you have a great brush that’s going to keep your cat clean and far more comfortable (not to mention your couch free of fur). So, which brushes should you be looking at? We’ve narrowed things down to our top ten favorite picks. That way, you don’t have to go do all the research and instead, you can just pick out the specific brush that you like best out of our already prepared list.
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Article last updated on:
September 29, 2019