Clean areas that are easy to overlook when cleaning cats.
Many owners interpret cat cleaning as merely taking care of the cat’s hair. In fact, cleaning cats is not just the hair. The content of each cleaning also includes the cleaning of the ears, the cleaning of the eyes, the cleaning of the limbs and To clean the buttocks, it is also necessary to trim the hair between the toes, clean the hair on the buttocks, and wash the dirt from the eyes.
Cat’s ears are prone to deposit some dirt, and the hair on the ears is also the main place where parasites breed. In the process of cleaning the cat, the breeder tends to neglect the cleaning of this part. After the cat’s ears deposit earwax for a long time, it may cause ear inflammation and odor, which will seriously threaten the cat’s health and increase the trouble for the cat’s getting along with the owner.
Every time you clean, the breeder must use professional ear cleaners and cotton balls to clean the dirt in the ears to ensure that the cat’s ears are clean and healthy. After the cat’s ears are treated, the eyes should be cleaned. The breeder can use a towel to dip warm water and gently wipe the cat’s eyes. After cleaning, put a few drops of eye drops on the cat to prevent the cat’s eyes from irritation.
At the same time, the hair between the cat’s paws is more susceptible to dirt and deposits. Therefore, the hair in this part should be properly trimmed, and the cat’s nails should also be trimmed to prevent dirt from remaining on the nails. The cat’s buttocks must first be cleaned briefly, and then the hair at the anus should be trimmed to prevent the excessively long hair from being stained with the cat’s excrement, which will endanger the cat’s health.