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Breeding of Persian Cats

Article Review   by:Polomis    
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Persian cats should be combed every day if possible. In the extreme case, it is necessary to brush it at least once a week. Especially when replacing the coat (in spring and autumn) and often also in castrated animals is a very fine undercoat hair or rough and incredibly fast. The combing your cat quickly gets used to it, if it turns you regularly brush and stroke. For proper grooming Persian cats will need two metal combs (one with a wider and a narrower spacing between the teeth). Start by rough and especially thorough Comb the area between the abdomen and feet. Also bearing in mind the friendly cat talking, one hand stroking it. Never use violence. For cat grooming should be fun and pleasure. Finally, even a finer comb Comb your hair. If you already formed felted hair strands, the first fingers into smaller parts, and you then try to untangle a thin end of the ridge. If you do not succeed, you can cut felted trickle. However, you must be careful not to hurt the animal.
Published: March 06, 2011   
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