Your Cat's Coat
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- * Adding Volume to Your Cat's Coat
Learn how to add more volume to your cat's coat, making the coat look fuller and bigger. This article tells you specific products to use and what they will do to add fullness and texture to your cat's coat.
- * Alopecia
Hair loss and bald spots on your cat can be the results of several different conditions.
- * Black Hairs On A Red Cat
One of the most curious color faults occurs when black hairs appear in the red coat of a show cat.
- * Controlling Static
If you have had a problem with static in your cat's coat, it's time for you to anticipate the problem and begin to take steps to avoid it. Learn about some of the options and products available for you to correct the problem of flyaway coat.
- * Diet and Coat Color
Can a diet be supplemented to improve coat color? Perhaps...
- * Dry Coat
Mid-winter is often a time when your cat's coat starts to appear dry and develops dandruff. Here are some grooming tips to get it back into condition!
- * Fever Coat
Something cat breeders see on from time to time, especially on black kittens, is an unusual hair color change called 'Fever Coat'. What is it? Why does it happen? What can you do to change it? Learn the answers to these questions and more . . .
- * Ghost Markings On A Kitten's Coat
"Ghost" markings refers to the faint tabby pattern that can sometimes be seen on the coat of a black or blue kitten of any breed. Learn more . . .
- Hair Apparent
Cat breeders really care about their cat's coats. Some people might even say cat exhibitors can be obsessive about their cat's hair . . . but do you know what kinds of hair a cat has?
- * Hair Not Growing Back After Being Clipped
This is the medical history of a neutered American Shorthair named Wookie. When the hair on his sides was shaved for an ultrasound, it never grew back properly.
- * How Do I Degrease My Cat?
My cat is greasy! It's one of the commonest complaints from groomers. Have you ever overheard a person say 'so-and-so's cat looks greasy'? Did you agree with their assessment? Did you know what to suggest to 'fix' the problem? Now you will!
- * Oily Coats
An oily coat is an unattractive coat. Learn the tips and techniques to help your cats coat look its best.
- Pictorial Case History Of A Black Persian Kitten With Fever Coat
If you have never seen a kitten with a fever coat, this is the article for you. Cat breeder Tracy Bayarena of Rare Earth Persians shares her experience with a litter of kittens born with fever coat. In particular, she took photos of one black kitten named Zorro showing how his fever coat changed from birth to adulthood . . .
- * Powder Packing A Dilute
Learn the classic grooming technique to help a dilute coat appear its palest and voluminous best.
- * Putting Your Cat In Oil
Putting your cat in oil is THE way to get a silky soft coat. Once you've tried this you will never do without it again.
- * Shedding
Your cat has cycles of hair growth and cycles of increased hair loss. The phases are affected by several different factors, some that you can control . . . and some that you can't.
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