Cats have short and long hair. For Persian, Angora, Maine Coon, or Himalayan cats, they have long hair (Long Hair Cat), so Cat Owners need more effort to care for your favorite cat, such as grooming to keep the cat’s fur soft, shiny and not fall out. All types of cats and cats require wet or dry grooming.
What’s the difference?
Wet Grooming is a type of treatment for cat hair and the skin as a whole that uses water and shampoo, as well as tidying cats from fur, nails, to checking skin, eyes, and ears. Wet grooming needs to be done because it can:
• Eliminates odors, dirt, dead hair & oily skin
• Make cat fur more soft and shiny
• Maintain healthy skin, fur, nails, ears, and teeth.
• Avoid fleas & fungi.
If your cat is not healthy or does not like water can dry grooming, grooming that does not use water, only cleanses the cat’s hair with a wet wipe and then dried. Dry Grooming needs to be done because it can:
• Tidy up cat hair
• Avoid fleas & skin diseases
• Maintain the appearance of your cat every day
See the explanation further here!
Generally, long fur cats need to be bathed every 1-2 times per week to prevent bad odors and also be exposed to fleas and fungi. There are several tools needed to bathe all types of cats with wet grooming, namely:
The type of shampoo that cats need with oily hair like the Maine Coon cat.
If your type of cat is not greasy, you can use any type of shampoo. If the hair falls out too much, it might be allergic to shampoo.
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