KONG; Zoom Groom for Cats
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Rating: 4.1

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Loose hair, dead skin, and dander are attracted to the rubber surface of the Zoom Groom like a magnet, then easily lift away. One piece, flexible rubber design is comfortable to hold in right or left hand. Firm and flexible 3/4" rubber teeth reach through coat to massage the skin. Your cat will come to love her grooming sessions with the Zoom Groom.
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Kelly
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Rating: 1

Our Favorite Cat Brush!

posted 4 years ago

This is the one brush that all my cats line up for. Its especially good for deshedding short-haired cats, but is also good on long-haired cats. If you have a cat whose fur mats, it will work better if you comb the mats out first. Even after using another brush, this one will pull an amazing amount of loose hair off. It does a good job of holding on to most of the hair, making it very easy to clean. Some hair may not get caught in the brush, but I always brush them on a towel, so a quick swipe down their bodies makes any stray hair fall onto the towel. The brush is made of soft, flexible rubber so it massages while grooming. My cats sometimes go to sleep while being groomed now instead of trying to run off like they did when I used the Furminator or a slicker brush.

Pros: Removes loose hair, doesn't pull, easy to clean

Cons: None

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Rating: 3

Be prepared to vacuum

posted 5 years ago

This brush removes an insane amount of hair from our cats. Unfortunately the hair tends to get a little staticky and doesn't stay in the brush, it either clings it the cat's tail or to the carpet. If you laid down a towel, that would probably help, but we tend to just sneak up on the cats while they're napping and get in as much brushing as they'll tolerate.

The cats do seem to like it okay for a few minutes, but none of ours will lay there for an extended brushing session. The style of the rubber bristles doesn't really tug at the hair though, so it shouldn't cause any real discomfort.

All in all, a good investment for heavy shedding cats.

Pros: very effective

Cons: a little messy

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