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Cat Grooming Styles

A Close Shave Grooming Styles

Cats have fur just like humans have hair, primarily cats fur helps them regulate their body temperature. Cats obviously have a lot more fur then humans have hair. As with our hair, cat fur, from time to time needs grooming. Regardless of the breed of the cat it’s fur from time to time will need to be groomed. Breeds such as Persians and other long haired breeds will potentially need more grooming then others.

Regular grooming will help the fur to grow and stimulate blood circulation.

Grooming a cat helps it to stay healthy and contented. It removes tangles and matted fur and helps in ensuring the cat looks at its best. Regular grooming can also help the owner spot any potential hygiene issues and it allows a check for signs of ill health.There are several cat grooming styles and they are chosen depending on the breed of cat and individual taste. While some owners attempt to groom their cat themselves it is advisable to have your cat groomed by a professional at a proper cat grooming center. Some cats will get nervous and anxious and may require more then one person to perform the grooming. Using a certified feline groomer is a sensible precaution and one that your cat will thank you for.

The striped style of grooming

Can also be known as clipping or shaving. This style is sometimes referred to as ‘ the Summer Shortie’. The cats fur is shaved close to the body and is ideal when a cats fur is extremely matted or tangled. It can also help the cat to remain cool in extremely hot temperatures helping it to remain comfortable. It is important to remember that cats can also suffer from sunburn.

The Lion cut

This requires the cats fur to be shaved close to the body but the fur on the head, tail and feet remain longer creating a grooming style similar to that of show poodles. This style of grooming creates a very specific look and will not tend to suit all breeds of cat.

A hygiene cut

Will not alter the look of a cat as dramatically as some grooming styles but it is still an important type of grooming. Long head cats often get bits of  feces stuck to the hair around the anus and by grooming this hair the cats hygiene is considerably improved. This cut although grooming of sorts is more of a practical measure then a style issue.

The peekaboo grooming style,

The fur on the cat’s belly is clipped, and the length is merged into the fur on the cat’s back. This achieves a full coated look. This grooming style helps to ensure that it is more difficult for the cats to get their fur matted and tangled. It can also help reduce the incidents of fur balls.

The partial cut requires the fur on the back, tail and sides to be left longer whilst the inside of the thigh, anus tail and chin are clipped.

written by: bluejaya Cat Grooming Styles

How to Select a Cat Grooming Expert

Cat Grooming Expert selection process

Families always want the best for their feline pals, and it’s important to always look into their best interests. If you’re one of the millions of cat owners, it’s important to look into getting your pet groomed by an expert. A good cat grooming professional will be able to not only help with the coat, nails, and overall well being, but also look into the health of your cat as well. A healthy cat will also most likely be a well groomed cat.

Consider following the hints below, when it’s time to select a cat grooming expert for your beloved feline friend.

  1. Ask Around – Make sure that you ask around and see if any of your friends and family is moving forward with grooming. Most often, professionals get a lot of their business through word of mouth, so it’s a good thing to consider overall. Neglecting to ask around can mean the difference between getting a good overall professional service or something less than wholesome for your pet.
  2. Reputation – We are living in a digital world, one that has a lot of information at the push of a button. People can even find a lot of different things on their phone, without getting on the full-fledged Internet. Reading the reputation of a company online is easier than ever. You will find that there are many different services in your area that offer the right services for you, at a price that you can afford.
  3. Quote – Get a quote before you invest in any type of service. This is a tried and true option that many people seem to forget about. Always make sure that you get a full quote, and if possible get it in writing. If you don’t get the information in writing, you might end up missing out on the greatness that is involved with getting a cat grooming expert to attend to your feline friend.
  4. Package Deals – Lastly, consider looking for package deals that will give you a discount. These can be a one-time discount or a discount on several services sprawled out throughout any given time frame. Getting ahead of the curve is important, and that’s why a package deal should be move forward with medical assistance as well.

Your pet deserves the best, and if you don’t have enough patience or time to do the whole grooming thing yourself, then look for a cat grooming expert for your overall needs. Your cat might not take to it at the very first moment, but they’ll learn to love the greatness of being pampered, just like the average owner loves it. Brushing the fur, cutting the nails, and a quick shampoo is just what the doctor ordered. The peace of mind that comes over a person when you get a professional service, is quite high, which is why this option is an imperative thing to look into.

Carmen Craig is a cat grooming expert and Certified Master Feline Groomer

 

What is De-Shed Treatment

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De-shed treatment is a great solution

At Feline Fabulous, our De-shed treatment is one of our most popular add on services. Done after your cat is groomed, you get the best results.

It is our human clients that notice the De-shed treatment difference the most, less hair in the house, on your clothes and fewer hairballs to clean up! Short hair cats can shed just as much, if not more, than long hair cats, so no matter your cats hair length, a good De-shed treatment can benefit cat and owner.

De-shed Treatment to gauge When Kitty is Due

Some owners gauge their groom appointments on how much their cat is shedding, pet the kitty and get a handful of hair, it is time to see the groomer! Most deshed treatments can last 3 to 4 weeks, done on a regular basis, the time may last even longer.

De-shed treatment

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