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post #1 of 11
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When you use your furminator on your kitties, how much of their actual body do you brush? Do you just use it on their back, sides, and tail, or do you brush every part of their body? I just find it hard to do legs, under the neck, and their belly area.
post #2 of 11
I usually only use it on their back and sides. By the time I get done doing those places, they're usually fighting to get out of my hands and I don't have a chance to do anywhere else.
post #3 of 11
I do back and sides, and a little of the tummy.... i just slightly pass it there because is a more delicate place.. cant work it out with smaller places (legs / neck) ... but it gets the job done !
post #4 of 11
I Use it mostly on the back and sides. I still use a comb but always on the belly, legs, head and tail.
post #5 of 11
Mostly back, sides and tail. Whatever he will allow though...isn't much.

Leslie
post #6 of 11
Do you all generally recommend this product? I have a brush, a comb, and a hair removing glove... I want something more effective.
post #7 of 11
Would pay $100 for a furminator if I had to! I love mine

Leslie
post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by Jack31 View Post
Would pay $100 for a furminator if I had to! I love mine

Leslie
Haha I'm the exact opposite, I'm trying to get it for real cheap. Been fighting on ebay for 3 days now lmao.
post #9 of 11
My mom bought one after I read the reviews on here this summer. She has a part siamese who gets hairballs way too often, and a medium haired ragdoll who always needs help.
Unfortunately all of the cats hated it and squirmed away (even mine), and we were so worried about hurting them because of the instructions about going lightly that we hardly got any fur out at all.
She doesn't use her furminator anymore, I think it had 2 uses and that's it.
post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by Sylorna View Post
My mom bought one after I read the reviews on here this summer. She has a part siamese who gets hairballs way too often, and a medium haired ragdoll who always needs help.
Unfortunately all of the cats hated it and squirmed away (even mine), and we were so worried about hurting them because of the instructions about going lightly that we hardly got any fur out at all.
She doesn't use her furminator anymore, I think it had 2 uses and that's it.
Can she mail it to me? Seriously, I'll pay for postage and handling, etc. PM me!!
post #11 of 11
you really wouldn't want me to....the postal prices in Canada are ridiculous, it'd be as much or close just to buy a new one.
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