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Per Care Lab: Best Cat Grooming Tips for 2017 As they say, a clean cat is a healthy and happy cat, and we’re here to make it happen. Cat grooming procedures include skin and fur care, bathing, brushing, shedding, ear care, paw and nail care, dental care and ear care, and a little of everything goes a long way. Remember that some cats might not tolerate the grooming process, and potential injuries could happen, so it is highly recommended set up an appointment with a veterinarian or professional groomers to have your cat groomed if it happens. Cats are well-equipped to take care of their own hair care needs, however if your fastidious feline gets very dirty, smelly or sticky, then it’s time to give your cat a good bath. When it comes to bathing your cat, remember to bathe your feline at her most mellow. For your own protection, it is advisable to trim your cats claws before bathing. Brushing is helpful in removing your cat’s dirt, dead hair, grease, and skin flakes, as well as for proper blood circulation and improvement of overall condition of your cat’s skin. It is best to brush your cat once or twice a week to keep your cat’s skin healthy, and this is most beneficial when your cat is no longer able to groom on her own as your cat ages. A rubber brush is ideal for removing dead hair on cats with short fur, and a metal comb is used from your cat’s head to tail, brushing in the direction the coat grows, and brushing all over the body, such as the chest and abdomen, focusing on one section at a time. For long-haired cats start brushing on your cat’s abdomen and legs, then gently comb the fur upward toward her head, and don’t forget to also comb the neck fur upwards toward her chin. Your weekly grooming sessions should include running your hands along your cat’s body, checking for woods, bumps and hidden tangles and checking for flea, ticks and black specks of dried blood left by fleas must be done during weekly grooming sessions. It is advisable to monitor your cat’s ears once a week for debris, wax and infection, and the outer ear should have no bald spots, while the inner ear is light pink and clean. The signs of ear problems include sensitivity to touch, head tilting or shaking, persistent pawning and scratching, loss of balance and orientation, unpleasant odor, redness or swelling of ear flap or canal, bleeding, accumulation of dark brown wax and hearing loss. Regular examining and cleaning your cat’s paws is important or cats to have a healthy feet to climb, scratch and achieve amazing acrobatic landings. For nail care, make sure no other pets are around and it is advised do it when your cat is relaxed, sleepy, groggy or after-meal state.Practical and Helpful Tips: Pets

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