Grooming tools designed specifically for the sensitive skin of kittens, they can also be used throughout your cat's lifetime. Scaled-down versions of popular combs and brushes have ergonomic handles to comfortably fit hands big and small and are very easy to use. Remember, grooming your cat regularly helps maintain a healthy coat.
Use Massage Brush to get your kitten adjusted to the feel of grooming. The rubber massaging bristles teach him that being groomed is a pleasure and also removes dead hair, and stimulates natural oils in the skin for a healthy, lustrous haircoat. The smooth, round teeth of the Double-Sided Comb helps break up mats and remove tangles. One side has closely spaced teeth and one with teeth a little more widely spaced. Bristle Brush has soft bristles that gently remove dead hair and distribute natural oils for a soft, shiny haircoat. Slicker Brush features soft wire bristles with covered ends and easily removes mats, tangles, and loose hair.
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Begin brushing at the head, working toward the tail and down the legs. Always brush in the direction of hair growth, using long, flowing strokes.
Directions: Begin combing with the wider spaced teeth until comb runs smoothly through the coat. Comb small section at a time until the coat is tangle-free. Finish with the closely spaced teeth as grooming is completed. Always comb in the direction of hair growth.
Directions: Begin brushing at the head, working toward the tail and down the legs. Always brush in the direction of hair growth. Use long, flowing strokes to distribute natural oils from the skin. To fluff the coat, brush against the hair.
Directions: Brush one section at a time in long, gentle strokes that continue beyond the ends of the hair. Brush in the direction of the hair growth, paying close attention to areas where matting usually occurs: behind the ears, on the loins, and under the legs.