Perfect tool does what it claims
After trying almost everything possible to rid our cat of annoying hairballs we stumbled across an ad for this tool. Our girl is a short hair but sheds what seems like an extra cat a day. She loves a brush but I must admit to being a bit hesitant at first as she is used to a soft bristle. All it took was a gentle stroke and now she comes to it actually rolling herself into position for the part she wants brushed. The FURminator gets right into the undercoat and gets rid of the soft fur that causes all the trouble. Her hairballs are a thing of ...the past too. This is honestly one of the best products I have purchased in recent times and well worth the money spent. Not sure why they added the extra button to release the fur as it's easy to come off but I guess perhaps with some long hair breeds it may be different.
- Cat deShedding Tool Large Long Hair
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Extracts fur as described
We have two ragdoll cats with fine long coats. FURminator extracts too much of their coats fine long hair to the point of leaving an uneven result and making the cat look rather undignified.
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The Furminator By Name, Furminator By Nature
This is the best cat brush I've ever used. I saw good reviews online and there was a sale, so I bit the bullet and paid nearly $40 for a cat brush. It was so worth it though. I have been brushing my cat daily for two weeks and the fur just keeps coming. The amount of cat fluff being "distributed" in my house has decreased SIGNIFICANTLY. These brushes are pricey but they are worth it. I got a pink metallic limited edition one which looks very suave and the quality of materials is excellent. This isn't flimsy. My cat generally likes soft brushes but he seems to tolerate and even enjoy this brush. Maybe the sheer amount of fur I'm removing makes him feel good? I have now bought my mum's cat one for Christmas.
My cat comes to it
Surprisingly my rescue cat must have known what it was and runs to it. I can get a bit of fur off her back and tail but she's fussy as to where I touch. I would recommend it if your cat loves being brushed, however, be careful if your cat is a head butter. Mine has butted twice right onto the metal edge and got a freaked out of it thereafter. Can't blame her as it's pretty hard and perhaps sharp. It's taken a while to get her a little bit back used to it.
I bought a cat version and removed deep seated fluff/fur from my cat that amounted to almost her entire size in the first session alone. She loved it too.
This item is brilliant albeit a bit pricey.
One feature I found pointless is the eject button - fur comes off tool easily enough. I suggest manufacturer removes it and reduces price.
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