Tips for Grooming Your Cat (2/8)

Want to keep kitty pretty? Then you’d better whip out that brush now and then. Click through our photo gallery and follow this simple guide.

Don't Cats Clean Themselves?

Don’t Cats Clean Themselves?

Cats are naturally clean animals, but they still need a little help now and then. Grooming your cat or kitten often will both keep her coat tidy and allow you to check for parasites and health problems. It’s important to start grooming your kitten from a young age to ensure she gets used to it – regular cleaning can serve as a bonding experience for cat and owner, and many felines learn to enjoy the sensation of being brushed.

 

 

 

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