The Lilly Brush Be Forever Furless MINI is a portable pet hair remover brush that comes with a carrying cover cap. I love these things – they will be a household staple in our home for years to come.
I am asked a lot about cat brushes. However, it is usually difficult to refer anyone to anything because Charlie and Trigg borderline hate cat brushes and combs.
When a Floppycats’ reader commented on our YouTube video of he Lilly Brush Pet Hair Removal Brush, and mentioned how much she liked The Magic Pet Hair Remover, I wanted to cover it on the site.
We have reviewed many cat brushes. I am not sure if I have a favorite – some do some things that other don’t do. What is your favorite cat brush and why?
Luckily, we weren’t able to test the Safari Flea Comb for Cats on it’s ability to actually remove fleas – but I did use it on the finer hair areas of my cats’ faces, etc.
I keep the Safari cat comb in my kitchen to quickly brush through Charlie and Trigg’s manes. I also liked that I saw it in my vet’s office.
I really like this little comb – it has two sides of different spaced tines for combing. It also has a hole, so that it’s easy to hang it in a drawer, inside a cabinet or wherever.
I love my 2 fluffballs to death, but as spring approaches, there is now fur flying everywhere – in my morning coffee, my afternoon tea, and my evening meal!
Swipets is a glove that reminds me of a garden glove I love – but it has a coating on the palm side of the glove that makes it possible to swipe and collect cat hair from a number of surfaces.
NAET helps individuals determine which part of the cat they are allergic to: hair, saliva, urine, etc. Several testimonials contain glowing reviews of this type of alternative medicine.