Brushing your cat's fur helps to remove dead hair, prevent mats, and distribute natural oils throughout the coat.
The type of brush you use will depend on your cat's fur type. For short-haired cats, a soft-bristled brush or rubber brush will work well.
The frequency of brushing will depend on your cat's fur type.
Start by brushing your cat's back and sides. Then, move on to the stomach and legs. Be careful around the tail and ears, as these areas can be sensitive.
Use gentle strokes when brushing your cat's fur. Don't press too hard, as this can hurt them.
Reward your cat with treats or praise during and after brushing. This will help them to associate brushing with positive experiences.
Some cats may not enjoy being brushed at first. Be patient and gradually introduce them to the process.