To safely trim long-hair cats, use clippers or trimmers, but never scissors. Trim long-hair cats with tips from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr.
forest cats is having long hair! dont take it off! thats damage they profile
good information (cat health expert .com
I scissor cut my cat's long hair… using a "tail comb" next to the skinJust give your cat a few treats now and then, and he'll stay put.
I was hoping he'd demonstrate how to actually do it, not just talk about it. What a waste of time!
Lol, "I'm a vet and I'm going to tell you how to trim a cats hair: Don't trim it, ask a vet how to do it….." Thanks buddy, really saved me a lot of money with those tips. I'm so sick of every professional acting like their job is so damn hard. It's not. You're a person of average intelligence, tell your intellectual peers how to do what they're asking. My mom shaves her cats. She's not a rocket scientist….believe me. I don't have a shaver, so I just gave my cat a haircut, like you do to a person. Pinch it between your fingers and cut above your hand. It's impossible to cut the cats skin that way. But it looks like crap. That's why I came here. And you basically told me if my cat even looked at the scissors his skin would fall off of his body. Be serious, I'm not an idiot, I've just got a cat that looks like it got its hair cut by a lawnmower.
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