|Purred: Tue May 18, '10 8:09am PST |
|I have 2 persian cats I showed with CFA last season - Julian got Regional Win and Santana ended up as CFA best cream smoke persian 2010, regional breed winner etc., both are CFA grands, off course, and both have very long coats.
People think I comb them daily or at least very often and they are mistaken. I may comb them once in a while but it is really rarely.
I would never touch a knot or matt or tangle or furrball with a comb - never ever. Only with my fingers. I go through my cats coat with my hands and fingers, find whatever needs attention, work it through with my fingers as much as I can and then I may comb this out.
There are tons of factors that "contribute" to forming knots, I would put grease and diet in the first place. My cats actually rarely have furrballs or knots
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