Category «Brushes»

How to Choose a Cat Brush

If you have made the decision to use a cat brush to keep your pet safe and at the best possible health condition possible, then you now have to know how to choose the right cat brush for your pet. You may have thought that you just have to find a cat brush online or …

How to Make a Cat Brush

If you aren’t ready to make the jump and purchase a cat brush to help keep your pet’s hair straight, then making your own might be a good idea. This is a good way to make sure that a cat hair brush is right for your cat and a good way to find the length that …

Why You Should Brush Your Cat Regularly

Brushing your cat isn’t an easy task, especially if you have a cat that has long hair or is a stubborn one that hates being brushed or if you have been using cat brushes that are aren’t fit for your pet. This may demotivate you to brushing your cat and you may end up brushing …

How to Brush a Cat Without Getting Scratched

If you have tried to brush your cat before, then you must know how much your cat struggles. This struggling often results in the cat running away, jumping to a high location away from your reach, or you getting scratched. As your pet doesn’t know that you are trying to help and remove curls as …

How to Use a Cat Brush

If you have just purchased a cat brush and you thought that brushing your cat was just as easy as brushing your hair, then you are in for a surprise. Brushing your cat isn’t as easy as brushing your hair because your cat will most likely not stay calm and the hair will be tangled …

Best Cat Brush For Shredding 2017

Everyone can relate to the one problem that is one of the hardest to handle, cat shredding. When a cat starts to shed hair, it will start to go everywhere, including your food, water, any anything that is out in the open. If you go to bed, you will find cat hair and if you …

Ultimate Cat Brush Buyer’s Guide 2017

It sucks to have cat hair flying all over your house settling on your couch, your dressers, your clothes, and sometimes even on your food. This is because cats shed their hair like humans shed their old skin cells to replace it with new ones. However, the hair that they shed goes everywhere if we …