What is the best, easiest, nicest way to wash a Maine Coon cat?
I have a 6 yr old Maine Coon, and for lack of better words...he gets really bad dingle berries. We bathe him, and trim "back there" as much as possible, but nothing is ever good enough. Anyone have any suggestions short of taking him to a groomer? He's been to the vet once before to have his ass shaved. I never knew these loving fur balls could be so much work!
If your long haired cat gets tangles that you can't comb out, try these ideas to minimize the problem. read more
Supposing his poop is normal and solid then the problem is his hair. I know it sounds crass but I've dealt with this in a small dog before and the only way I could work it was keeping them clipped nearly bald all around the butt including part of the lower tail. Yes it looks ridiculous but sometimes you just got to do what you got to.
by JS Matthew 4 years ago
How Much Food and Water Should You Feed A Maine Coon Cat Every Day?I adopted a Maine Coon female cat that we named Rosie. She is less than 3 months old and her appetite is insatiable. She also drinks a lot of water. Do you have any recommendations as to how much food a Maine Coon Cat should take in...
by Rebecca 5 years ago
A humping Maine Coon issue!I have a 3 year old Maine Coon.He has bad habit,he humps.He is fixed.He mounts my leg or arms.He only does this to me.I’ve read this could be a dominance issue,but lately it does not appear to be.He starts being affectionate and then starts humping non-sense.I gently...
by Boots_Mom62 7 years ago
Could my 17 yr. old Maine coon be going blind? He's always had large pupils, as the picture shows. I have noticed lately that Boots, my 17 yr.old neutered Maine coon tomcat,has, as the article mentioned, "a round large pupil almost filling the whole iris area" , both at night and during...
by Loraine Brummer 3 years ago
What is the best, or easiest, way to remove matting from longer haired dogs, like a Maltese?I want to prepare his coat for home cutting with clippers.
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