Recommended Grooming Schedule

every week

JW Flea Comb

Brush coat from head to tail with a flea comb, it does a great job gently pulling out loose fur.

DO NOT use combs or brushes with beads or hooks or a “Furminator.”

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every two weeks

Stress-free Nail Clipper

Trim front claws with safety scissors. Gently squeeze the top and bottom of the toe to reveal the kitten’s claw, find the quick (pink part inside the toenail). While avoiding the quick, decisively snip the nail. 

Keep styptic powder or gel on hand in case you cut too close. 

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PawTree Flea & Tick Spray

Spray all over your cat and work it in with your hands. Use on your cats bedding and sleeping areas as a preventative.

This natural flea and tick spray works amazingly well, making it a fantastic alternative to feeding your cat chemicals.

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Once a month

Stress-free Nail clipper

Trim BACK claws with safety scissors. Use the same procedure as when trimming front paws. 

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PawTree ear wash & dry

Squeeze a small amount of PawTree Ear Wash into the opening of the ear canal. Massage the base of the ear to move the fluid throughout. Let your cat shake and then clean out excess with a tissue.

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PawTree Tear & Saliva Stain solution

Saturate a cotton swab with PawTree Tear & Stain Solution to gently clean stains from around the eyes and the nose. 


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OxyFresh Toothpaste & toothbrush

Place a small amount of toothpaste on the finger brush and brush all sides of your kitten’s teeth. 

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