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.
However, I read the reviews on Amazon and many folks ranted and raved at it’s ability to “catch” fleas.
Some folks complained about the tines bending after too much use, however, I found that as long as I used the comb after I had brushed them with a regular comb to get the knots/tangles out, there were no issues with the tines bending. Of course, a flea comb with the tines that are so close together is not ideal for massive brushing – massive brushing should first be done with a de-shedding comb or the like to make it easier to get the tighter comb through the hair. This is especially true for a long haired kitty.
Someone mentioned being able to use it on feline chin acne – Chiggy is clean out of zits at the moment, so I couldn’t test it, but I see how it could easily get the job done.
The tips of the comb teeth or tines are rounded and very gentle – compared to the other Safari Flea Comb that we already reviewed a few weeks ago – I like that this one has a handle and that the tines are metal.
You can buy the Safari Flea Comb for Cats on Amazon by itself for $6.80. If you live in the USA and buy $35 worth of stuff on Amazon then it ships for free.
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Here is our final review video:
We received the Safari Flea Comb by Coastal Pet Products for review from the manufacturer. Receiving the free product did not influence this post.