Cats are the germaphobes of pets. They are renowned for their compulsive urge to groom themselves. However, cats are prone to easily developing mats on their fur. Mats accumulate dirt and irritate your cat’s skin.
Taking your cat to your veterinarian is the best way to have them demated. Your Veterinarian will demat your cat without causing them any harm. We would also suggest patiently picking at the mats with a wide tooth comb and using a dryer to dry your cat after bathing to avoid further matting.
Mats are not just clumped-up fur, they pose a threat to your kitty’s health. They prevent airflow to your cat’s skin. This lack of airflow leads to skin infections and sores.If you are finding it challenging to remove the mats from your cat’s fur without causing havoc, then stick around as we guide you through 12 fool-proof tips to painlessly remove your cat’s mats.