|Purred: Wed Apr 15, '09 3:06pm PST |
|I agree with Leila. Being the area where the mats are, and being that right
now your not familiar with grooming a long haired cat, take him to a
groomers the first time.
After he gets back, comb him every day with a metal tooth comb, you can
get them at Pet Smart, this will keep the mats out.
Us long haired show kitties, me and Harvey, shudder, mol, mol, at the
thought of a lion cut. If we can keep our LH cats groomed, you can too,
it just takes practice. The groomer would also be glad to advise you on how
to groom a LH cat. Just don't let them talk you into a zillion products, if
he's not a show kitty, ya don't need them.
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