Cat Dematting & Under Coat Removal Service Singapore
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Yes, brush me while I go take a nap — hey lady, wake me up when it’s over…or don’t. I might wanna nap a little longer…? ? Did you know that brushing your cat’s fur regularly not only removes dirt, grease and dead fur, but it also helps to stimulate blood circulation for healthy skin and coat? ?
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What a busy week it’s been for the team! Bookings were packed back-to-back and we appreciated that everyone complied with the measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe. Here’s a big thank you from Nalah the Scottish Fold and the team! ? ? If you’d like to speak to one of our grooming artisans or make a booking, feel free to drop us a WhatsApp at +65 6996 7908!
What is undercoat removal?
Undercoat removal is the necessary process of removing shed, dead or trapped fur in your cat’s coat. Regular undercoat removal for your cat can be easily achieved through regular grooming and brushing; using a straight-toothed comb to remove loose hair.
More aggressive undercoat removal is termed de-shedding or dematting; where excess fur can sometimes become entangled, matted, and difficult to remove. In such scenarios, removal must be approached with a different set of tools, or in serious cases, cut or shaved away by a professional cat groomer.
Why should I regularly remove my cat’s undercoat?
Regular undercoat removal and overall coat maintenance keeps your cat feeling clean and cool. Ingestion of fur by your cat is less likely to occur, reducing the occurrence of hairballs or intestinal obstruction. Undercoat removal also prevents excess fur being shed all over the home, leaving a neater, more hygienic shared living environment for both cats and their owners.
Where can I get combs and other grooming tools for cats?
Combs, undercoat rakes, and clippers that can be used for undercoat removal, de-shedding or dematting can be easily purchased online. You can get your’s at Nekojam.com; our sister online pet shop company.
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Is undercoat removal or de-shedding safe for my cat?
If done professionally, undercoat removal, de-shedding and dematting should be a painless process for your cat.
How often should I demat & remove my cat’s undercoat?
You should look to provide regular brushing sessions to your cat at least once a week, and more frequently if you own a long-haired cat.
What if I cannot demat or remove undercoat?
Serious cases of matting or pelting in a cat can cause extreme pain, as knots can develop close to the skin (think of a case of badly tangled hair!). If your cat is displaying signs of discomfort, you can consider having your cat de-shed at the Nekomori Cat Grooming Salon.