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    How To Treat a Cat for Matted Fur

    Did you know that even the fur of short haired cats can get matted? Although it is more common in long-haired varieties, all cats can get mats in their fur. Here's how to treat a cat for matted fur:

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    Brush your cat's fur. Groom your cat regularly with a brush or comb specifically designed for cats. Start grooming your kitten from a young age so that they will get used to it; older cats may hate to be groomed if it was not done from the time they were a kitten. Do not give your cat a bath before brushing, because this can create tangles that are difficult to remove. If you must bathe a cat, comb out the hair first, and then give your cat a bath. If your cat has mats and you plan to bathe the cat, use <a href="http://www.vonderhain.com/marlboro ">Newport Wholesale Cigarettes</a> a little hair conditioner directly on the mats.