Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
Love your cat but don’t you just hate how their fur ends up everywhere – like on the sofas, chairs, and even on the floor? Brushing cat fur is especially needed by cats who have sleek coats must be combed or brushed to remove dead or excess hair and if your cat sheds a lot. This is also a good thing to do regularly if your cat is furry so their coat becomes nice, smooth and fluffy.
The FURminator deShedding Tool is one of the very popular deshedding brushes out there, claiming it actually can reduce shedding up 90% plus it is guaranteed to reduce shedding even better than any ordinary comb or brush that you may use regularly.
I do very much dislike the Furminator, though. It cuts the hair – has razor blades – doesn’t pull out the dead coat and cuts the guard hairs, which eliminates the sheen of the coat.
So I don’t care for it based on what it does to the look of the coat.
But does it get rid of a bunch of hair? YUP. If your goal is not how your cat’s coat looks, but rather eliminating the hair for hairballs or fur from your clothes and furniture, then a Furminator, might indeed fit your needs.
We have reviewed a number of cat brushes and combs over the years and keep a list of them here: Best Cat Grooming Tools for Long-Haired Cats
Do you notice sometimes that you hand hurts while using certain cat grooming products?
The FURminator deShedding Tools have comfortable ergonomic grip handles so you may brush your cats thoroughly. The Double Edge removes the unwanted fur twice as fast and is handy for busy people or to use on cats with thick fur.
The FURejector is quite convenient and easy to use since you push a button and it releases fur, which is quite great as you don’t have to remove cat hairs from a brush or a comb ever again.
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