Your cat will groom itself for five hours each day (some cats will even spend longer). The majority of cats can groom themselves without any assistance since their mouths are designed to handle the hair. A long-haired cat will require your assistance, though, and daily thorough brushing. This is something you should be aware of before the cat enters your house since long-haired cats can develop tangled and matted fur if left ungroomed, which can lead to a variety of issues for your cat.

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You may get an appropriate comb or brush from your neighbourhood pet store for cats with lengthy hair. However, you should begin grooming as play if your cat is resistant to it. Cats enjoy being the centre of attention, therefore in this situation you should concentrate on petting your cat. Usually, your cat will settle down and allow you to do this fairly contentedly. Then you should think about brushing your cat with a glove brush while you are petting it; this will help it link grooming with positive things. When your cat is comfortable using a glove brush to groom itself, you may switch to regular brushes made for the cat's particular hair type.

As their fur doesn't often mat, other cats won't typically require assistance with grooming. However, it is a good idea to keep a check on your cat's fur. Cats are extremely meticulous about keeping themselves clean because they detest being unclean. The majority of the time, if your cat inadvertently gets coated in anything, it will clean itself till it feels clean. However, occasionally, there may be something in their fur that they are unable to remove, which may cause them to clean themselves excessively, leading to skin issues. You must intervene at this point to assist your cat a little.

You must assist your cat in this situation by washing its hair with a moist towel and attempting to prevent it from cleaning itself until the bleeding has stopped.

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