Premium Soft-Tooth Slicker Brush by Andis – Review
Part of being¬†a cat¬†parent is knowing there’s going to be hair.
But what happens when you adopt a kitten, and they tell you “he’s a long haired cat”.
I was¬†not too¬†concerned, I figured I already have one cat, a short haired cat, what difference would it make?
Where do I start?
- Matted fur
- Cleaning potty stuck to their fluffy “neither” regions
- Regular grooming
- Clumps of hair
- Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum
These are just some of the joys of¬†being a pet parent to a long haired cat.
Lloyd does not just leave cat hairs on chairs, bed blankets or on our¬†clothes, no, he leaves clumps of hair.
I swear Lloyd¬†drops enough hair balls around the house we could make mittens for the entire family!
I was given a¬†Premium Soft-Tooth Slicker Brush by Andis to review and try on my long haired cat Lloyd,¬†to see how he liked it, how well it removed cat hair and how it would stand up to¬†those nasty uncomfortable hair mats.
How did Lloyd liked being brushed with the Andis Soft Tooth Slicker Brush?
Turn up the volume and you be the judge!
The Soft Tooth Slicker brush was able to get through Lloyd’s thick coat, smooth it out, and after a few brush strokes, gently remove a mat.
Unlike other brushes or combs I’ve used on Lloyd, the cat¬†hair stayed in the brush and did not fly around.
Removal of cat hair from the brush was easy – just “peeled” the hair back to¬†make for clean and easy disposal.
Not only will our cat Lloyd enjoy the benefits of a slicker, softer, mat free coat by being brushed regularly with¬†the Premium Soft-Tooth Slicker brush, we will enjoy less hair on our clothes, furniture and our vacuum will breath a sigh of relief.
Disclosure: I have¬†received product in exchange for this review. My views and¬†opinions of the Premium Soft-Tooth Slicker Brush are based on how well it worked for my cat and are not reflected by¬†receiving product.¬†