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  • Take care of your cat's hair - A Guide To Healthy And Beautiful Fur!

    Treating the cat's fur is essential for his well-being, helping him to look his best and avoid medical problems
    Shiny and beautiful fur is a sign of a healthy and happy cat. The fur treatment not only helps the cat to look its best, but also helps prevent complex problems such as parasites and skin diseases. Most cats clean themselves fairly well, but they need help preventing hair ties, preventing hairballs, and detecting problems with their eyes and ears.


    Hair loss in cats

    Fur loss in a cat for many reasons. In some cases it is a natural process, but in others a medical problem that is important to solve. If your cat is healthy but still has many fur balls, there are ways to deal with the common phenomenon. You can reduce the amount of fur balls if you keep your cat brushed thoroughly regularly, and you will also be fed with food that prevents the phenomenon like Pro Flan Elegant. This food contains vitamins and fatty acids that help to foster healthy fur, as well as rich in dietary fiber that helps prevent and remove fur pills.

    Brushing and combing cat hair

    Short fur cats are recommended to brush once a week with natural bristles and a comb with dense teeth. Siamese and other breeds with no fur, can be brushed with a rubber brush instead of a brush with natural bristles. Cats with long fur should be brushed more frequently, usually two or three times a week. Cats who spend their time away from home should brush every day. To properly care for cats with long fur, a wide-tooth comb and a dense flea comb are required.


    Begin by loosening the knots with a comb with dense teeth. If your cat is not used to combing, start by combing areas that are combing with pleasure and gradually move to overall combing. Carefully untie the knots as you move toward the skin and not from the skin onwards. Then brush the cat with long, gentle movements from the nose to the tip of the tail. Remove as much as possible of dead hair and fallen hair. If necessary, rub the cat's fur with nylon stockings to neutralize static electricity. Finally, feel your cat's body in your hand and do a quick review. Check that there are no suspicious bumps or sensitive points.

    Bathing and cleaning cat furs

    Basically, there is no need to wash cats, because they clean themselves fairly well. Furthermore, excessive cat washing can hurt them and cause them stress. However, if there is still a reason to wash the cat, use only warm water and gentle soap for cats. Rinse the cat thoroughly, dry it well with a towel and keep it away as long as it is not completely dry, as cats get cold easily.


    Do you take a cat shower? Only in these situations:



    Unidentified substance on the cat's fur - If you suspect it is a toxic substance, take your cat to the vet urgently.
    Problematic or dirty fur - If the cat does not keep its fur as it should keep it, have the cat checked to see what the problem is. Cats are a very clean animal, and a cat that stops cleaning independently may suffer from illness.
    You found a puppy or adult cat outside, in poor physical condition - Take your cat to the vet and wash it if he instructs you.