Cat Health Care Tips : How to Treat a Cat for Matted Fur


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Treat a cat for matted fur with daily brushing and combing. Get rid of matted cat fur with tips from aveterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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7 Responses

  1. TheGingerNinja96
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    Thank-you, that was helpful!
    I read somewhere that I should use scissors myself, but now I’ve listened to you, I will definitely not do that.
    Thanks a bunch!

  2. octianaluz
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    Just recently i was cutting mats out my cats fur while he was sleeping, i was so scared and nervous because i didn’t want my cat to jump up and attack me, but now after watching this. I’ll be sure to buy a cat brush that’s specifically for getting the mats out my cats fur. whew! luckily I didn’t get attacked when my cat woke up.

  3. vertebral
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    i just cut it with siccors, but i cut it out layer by layer, it takes like about 5 mins to cut out 1 patch of matted fur haha

  4. rita273
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    OMG ThiS Cat IS BeAuTiFuL

  5. isl04033222
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    it is a maine coon

  6. crittoprrr
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    My kitteh is a Coon. He gets combed daily and doesn’t really have a problem. Like the vet said. Prevention is key. I did however cut a mat in half recently by his back leg. You don’t need to cut the whole thing off. Cut it in half and comb it out, and he’ll be right as rain.

  7. Amarichanek
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    I don’t understand why people buy long-haired cats, if they don’t brush them everyday or even once in two days. I think it’s really cruel of them. I have a persian cat and I brush her everyday, because I know she needs this from me and I’m responsible for her. It’s simple: I don’t brush her – she suffers from mats and it really is painful for a cat to have them! I realized this when I saw my friend’s persian, with its fur all covered in mats. I couldn’t believe my eyes..

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