Your kitten has been getting combed since shortly after birth, so they are familiar with the comb. It is important to have proper tools available to groom your furbaby. I use & highly recommend theCat Butter Combfor combing your furbaby. This comb is a greyhound style comb created by a professional groomer. Pay special attention to under the legs closer to the belly. This area can get matts easily. Combing your furbaby often & making it a relaxing experience will definitely pay-off in the long run in avoiding uncomfortable knots. Your furbaby can enjoy this time if you make it a good experience, no stress, just sit back & comb your furbaby. Pet & cuddle your furbaby during this time so they can relax & enjoy.
Keep your kittens nails trimmed in order to keep your baby comfortable & avoid the need for them to scratch the items you don't want them to. It is their natural instinct to use their claws & scratch when their nails are long. I recommend thisPet Nail Grinderto round the edges of the nails keeping them more comfortable. You can clip the nails with a Nail Clipper if they are long, but using that regularly instead of grinding tends to break the nails.
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