Shave the bikiniline?

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Shave the bikiniline?

Post  Marleen on Fri Feb 15, 2008 12:18 pm

Dear friends,

Bink has developed some matting (ned: klitten) of his fur between his hind legs. I try to comb it to separate the hairs, but he hates it and is wriggling to get away.Evil or Very Mad It is painful for him when I try to pull the comb/brush through. I am afraid that it will get worse if I do not do anything about it. On the other hand I do not want to hurt or annoy him.

Have any of you experienced the same problem or do one of you maybe have a solution?

If I cannot get the matting out I am considering having the vet shaving the mats away. It will grow back in time I guess.

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Shave the bikiniline?

Post  Bernard Boucher on Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:46 pm

Il faut employer une brosse coupante. En brossant on coupe les noeuds en long. Ainsi, on ne tire pas trop sur les poils.

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Should be used a cutting brush. While brushing one cuts the nodes longitudinally. Thus, one does not draw too much on the hairs
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Re: Shave the bikiniline?

Post  vilia on Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:52 pm

Hello,Marleen!
I do not have such problems. The wool does not roll down in balls. I think, that it is possible to cut off accurately scissors the rolled wool. I had a Persian cat earlier-when it was impossible to comb, I cut off the rolled wool.
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Re: Shave the bikiniline?

Post  Anke Zekveld on Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:16 pm

Bernard Boucher wrote:Il faut employer une brosse coupante. En brossant on coupe les noeuds en long. Ainsi, on ne tire pas trop sur les poils.

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Should be used a cutting brush. While brushing one cuts the nodes longitudinally. Thus, one does not draw too much on the hairs

Do you have a photo of the brush you use?

Does it look like?


I do use a small on version of this between Ozar is hind legs. It removes the lose hair. THis are the hair that gives the problems. But I do not often use it on the rest of the cat.... As I do not wish him to become a " Sphinx" Laughing Laughing Laughing



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Re: Shave the bikiniline?

Post  Anke Zekveld on Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:58 pm

I forgot. When I find a matting I first try to a little with my hands, but when that does not work, Michel and I do cut it out. We do it together. One is petting/ handling the cat and the other is doing the "job"...

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Re: Shave the bikiniline?

Post  Anke Zekveld on Sat Feb 16, 2008 3:16 am

The thing down here I found when I googled "brosse coupante". So I'm realy currious if it is what Bernards ment.




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Post  Bernard Boucher on Sat Feb 16, 2008 6:39 am

Oui, c'est quelque chose comme ça.
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