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Catit 2.0 Short Hair Grooming Kit
- The Catit Shorthair Grooming Kit satisfies the specific needs of a shorthaired cat’s coat
- The set contains every tool for daily grooming: nylon slicker brush, metal slicker brush, rubber palm brush, fine grooming comb and curved nail clipper
- The canister’s lid is a handy temporary container for loose cat hair
- The tools are stored upright, which protects the brush pins
- Grooming reduces the amount of shedding and is quality time spent with your cat
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The Catit Shorthair Grooming Kit satisfies the specific needs of a shorthaired cat's coat. The set contains all the brushes and tools for daily grooming: nylon slicker brush, metal slicker brush, rubber palm brush, fine grooming comb and curved nail clipper. The grooming tools are stored upright in a handy canister, which prevents the combs' teeth from getting damaged. In addition, the canister's lid was designed as a handy temporary storage container for loose cat hair, saving you many trips to the trashcan. Regular grooming reduces the amount of shedding in the house and strengthens the bond between you and your cat. While shorthaired cats don't require as much grooming as longhaired cats, they will certainly benefit from regular brushing sessions. Shorthaired cats also shed hair and will need their nails clipped and they can also suffer from hairballs or mats if their coat isn't kept in pristine condition. Most common shorthaired cat breeds: British Shorthair, Exotic, Siamese, Russian Blue, Selkirk Rex (shorthair), Scottish Fold. If you aren't certain whether you have a longhaired/medium-haired or shorthaired cat, ask your veterinarian.
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Of the new Catit brushes, he loves both slicker brushes, seems to enjoy the comb (this morning while I was brushing him he was rubbing his chin on the comb which was standing in the holder).
The clippers are nice; I like the slight angle of the blades. I used to clip our birds' nails and when we adopted Max, I began playing with his toes off the bat so he now associates nail clipping time with toe massages.
I like the slicker brushes, especially the wire one (it's smaller than my old metal slicker brush, making it easier to use, especially on his chest). I wish they had the fur ejector like the rectangle one. I also like the storage container and that the lid doubles as a pail to hold the fur. I used to either grab a small garbage can or pile the fur as I brushed Max. I'd have to keep a close eye on him as he'd try to lick the shed fur.
Max is hesitant about the rubber brush. I'm not sure if it's the smell or how it feels. I'll continue to use it sparingly and see if he gets used to it. I'm also leaving it out in his toy bin for now.
The kit may be a little spendy, but I see it (except for the clippers which may eventually get dull) as a one-time purchase. I'll continue using the furminator with these brushes.
I love the container, the idea that the lid is a "fur bucket" while grooming, nice selection of tools, and a good price compared to buying this all separately.
--The black foam that holds the tools will probably "shed" over the life of the kit. The molded tool area on the bottom should probably use more durable materials.
--The lid should lock to the bottom so the entire kit can be palmed from the top. Something as simple as a tight twist-to-lock or push tabs would do.
--Like many of their other products, the bottom needs rubber feet or better the rubber o-ring style foot on the bottom to keep it from slipping on smooth surfaces (really surprised they missed this based on their food bowl and fountain, which I own)
--The comb needs to be smaller. I have a big male cat (13+ lbs.) and the comb is far too big and makes it not very useful for combing the chin, chest, and top of the head. On my smaller (9 lb.) cat, it's even more of a problem. The teeth on the comb need to be a bit shorter and 25% fewer teeth to shorten-up the comb's length. Honestly, this looks more like a dog-sized comb, or for larger longhair cats.
I generally love Catit's products, this one just needs a little work compared to their food and water products. I also like it being self-contained; we're still considering a second one so we can have one upstairs and one downstairs so there is always a grooming kit handy to remind us.
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