If you have a long-haired cat, it’s important to brush them regularly to avoid serious matting, which can cause your furry friend real discomfort and negatively affect their health. If you cannot commit to regular coat care, then talk to your veterinarian or groomer about whether or not it might be a good idea to keep Fluffy shaved. He won’t be fluffy anymore but it could improve both his temperament and his well-being.
We do offer a shave hair mats or full body shave, but remember we are not groomers, so don’t expect a perfect shave.
Kitty may have to be sedated to get these hair mats off. Better to be caring for these hair mats at home if possible.
Spraying catnip spray on the brush can help as well as putting the brush out for a few days for kitty to see it and acclimate to it.
Don’t expect it to go perfectly the first time. You may have to have repeated attempts through the day to see success.