Believe it or not, even your cat needs grooming sessions, although it is true that cats can very well look after them and most of the times, however there are some things that they can't do themselves, such as clipping nails, brushing teeth, removing dead hair, bathing, trimming the hair and cleaning eyes, ears and paws.
Cat grooming sessions can be real fun for your cat as well as you. It might not be ready for nail clipping or brushing but it's you who needs to help her relax. Pet grooming may include both physical cleaning as well as behavioral training. Obviously, you want it to look good as well as behave well with you and others who visit your house.
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Give grooming sessions to your cat when you're absolutely free and in a good mood. Try pampering her first before actually proceeding on with the session. In the beginning, keep cat grooming sessions short approximately five to ten minutes. You can then slowly increase the duration with each lesson.
Develop a habit of cleaning almost every part of your pet including tail, belly, eyes, ears, neck and most importantly feet. However, if you're impatient and are not in a mood to give her a complete clean, do just the essentials such feet cleaning.
Remember not to use soaps and shampoos that you use for yourself. There are separate cat cleaning products available in the market nowadays. As they have different skins than human beings, they require different cleansing products. Right from eye care to ear cleaner, hair clipper, trimmer, de-shedding tool, tick control solutions, conditioning spray, skin care lotion everything is easily available in the market.
If you don't have time to shop for your cat, browse the internet and look for cat cleaning products. Nowadays, there are many online stores that sell pet related items. There are different brands that sell pet care items. Choose your brand wisely so that your cat always looks clean, happy and well-behaved.
Remember if your cat has long hair; take out a few minutes from your everyday schedule to comb her hair and part the dead hair so that you don't see them everywhere littered in your house. If your cat doesn't cooperate with home grooming, you can schedule an appointment with a professional. While you're there, ask for some basic techniques that you can do at home.