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.
The Zoom Groom is a cat brush that is made completely of a rubber-like material and is shaped like a cat.
I order a lot of my dry good ingredients for recipes from Vitacost.com, not only because it’s super inexpensive but also because the nearest health food store is not so near. You can check out their pet section here and their specific cat section here. They offer Free Shipping on orders of $49 or more!
Watch our video review of the Rakom cat brush that features high-grade, carbon steel teeth that are heat-treated for strength, plus nickel-plated and highly polished to ensure easy movement through the hair.
Are you looking for Amazon.com Best Seller Lists for Cat Products – there are a number of categories that they fall under and you can check them out here.
Do you clip your cat’s nails or do you take them to the vet to have it done? When a Floppycats’ reader posted about this subject a few weeks ago on Facebook, it made me think to do a blog post about it. I clip Charlie and Triggs’s nails myself – they aren’t crazy about it, but tolerate it. Rags never seemed to care – just sat there until I was done.
My experience with Ragdolls is that it really depends on their coat. Charlie sheds like a crazy man, Trigg not so much.
We have had the JW Pet GripSoft Cat Brush for a very long time. I have used it on Charlie and Trigg and I have also used it on Caymus and Murphy. I cannot say anything bad about it.