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LadyTeddybear
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From:Fort Wayne, Indiana
Registered: Sep 2003

posted 09-06-2003 12:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for LadyTeddybear     Edit/Delete Message
Please email me and let me know some remedies on how to refrain from geting my cat, her name is Kym and is 4 1/2 years old to stop getting anymore hair matting on her.
She now looks like a mohawk hair trim down the top of her back now since being at the vet yesterday morning.

Hope to hear from you all on this. Thank you . . .. Linda

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Bengal Lover
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From:Seattle WA USA
Registered: Sep 2003

posted 09-10-2003 01:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Bengal Lover     Edit/Delete Message
I guess I don't really understand your question. Do you want to know how to stop your cat from getting mats?

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Illflower
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From:Ottawa, Ontario
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posted 09-12-2003 01:20 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Illflower     Edit/Delete Message
Cut them off, let her hair grow back, and then start brushing her regularly?

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Ilovemy2cats
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From:Hickory, NC
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posted 09-12-2003 07:07 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ilovemy2cats     Edit/Delete Message
I brush my cat 2 times per week and she doesn't matte anymore. She used to get big clumps if I let her go more than a week without brushing. My cat is long haired and I also trim her myself sometimes. I (very carefully) use scissors and a comb to trim her fur where she mattes the most. When she has shorter hair I don't even have to brush her as much. Hope this helps.

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