KONG Cat ZoomGroom Multi-Use Brush

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The KONG ZoomGroom for Cats features 2-in-1 capabilities. In addition to grooming, its massaging mechanisms will put your furry friend into a blissful state. The soft, rubber fingers act as a magnet for loose fly away hairs. Regular grooming with the KONG ZoomGroom can help condition the skin and reduce hairball formation. The gentle massage action calms stressed or anxious cats, especially in potentially traumatic situations such as veterinarian visits. Firm and flexible 3/4-inch rubber teeth reach through the coat to carefully massage the skin.

Key Benefits

  • 2-in-1 capabilities allow this product to groom and massage your cat simultaneously
  • Great grooming brush for long and short hair, massages skin and stimulates capillaries to promote natural oil production for healthy skin and coats
  • Gentle massage action calms cats in times of anxiety or stress
  • Regular grooming with the KONG ZoomGroom can help condition the skin and reduce hairball formation, collects loose hair like a magnet and leaves coat shiny and beautiful
  • Works great as a bathing aid too, helps scrubs away dirt and grime

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KONG Cat ZoomGroom Multi-Use Brush is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 106.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good These don't last forever, the "points", actually truncated points, do become duller. The brush still works, but not quite as efficiently. You can "recondition" it somewhat by using scissors to bring the tips back to a semi-pointed shape, but this is not ideal. My reason for giving it high marks: you can rub this thing hard across you own face or head, I can't find a way to make it hurt at all. Brushing around a cat's face is safe, with no fear of serious damage. i imagine if you hit the cat's eye with part of the brush, it might sting, But its not like a slicker(slickers have wire bristles.). Because it allows fairly safe brushing around the head and face, I like it. I would not be surprised if this worked on some dogs with certain types of coats. My use of this brush has always been confined to short-hair, American Domestic cats, whatever you want to call them. All my cats have come off the street and have had short hair. I can't say if this brush is good for medium or long haired cats, I just don't know.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A+ brush! My cat hates to be brushed. She dislikes soft bristles, attacks hard bristles, and the less said about the Furminator, the better. But she tolerates the ZoomGroom! It's obvious that she'd rather not be brushed at all, but she'll let me brush for five or ten minutes before deciding that's enough. And this brush removes a lot of hair. My cat is a DLH, and I can get all of that hair brushed and gone, and keep her comfortable. A+ brush.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cats love it! I think no one can go wrong with this brush. My cats have distinct tastes and do not like the same things. However, this brush was a success. All my cats love it. Besides, it works very well with short and long hair cats. It gets the old hair very well and leaves the cats well groomed. Excellent product.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Genna always loves her Zoom Groom. I am happy you all carry them.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One word that comes to mind about the Zoom Groom is AWESOME I love the Zoom Groom. But, most importantly, my 3 cats love it. It does a great job of getting all of the loose hair out. The rubber tips massage their bodies. I will tell you one cute story of my very shy stray cat that I rescued from the streets. I will say to him "Do you want to get Zoomed?" He then runs to my bed and lies down and shows me his belly. He doesn't purr much but when I am zooming him he purrs loudly and twist and turns from side to side. It's almost like he's saying " Make sure you get this spot too." So, yes, my cats and I recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kong Cat ZoomGroom Mult-Use Brush I received my brush today and I have three cats who have very different loves for brushing. My one cat(Danica)(a Siamese mix,super fine hair(most brushes don't get anything from her)) sheds like crazy(all year) and hates brushing she is still getting used to this brush but it works on her fur. Now my middle cat(Joban)(a Domestic short hair) LOVES being brushed but never sits too still for them. Joban LOVES this brush and sits mostly still(she never really sits still). My third cat(Pickle)(also a domestic short hair) has never really been brushed that much before and is chubby so has a hard time grooming sometimes. Pickle stayed still while I brushed her(and got bunches off her) but her tail was flicking so I don't think she loved it but she tolerated it for the most part. We have tried many brushes in the past including much more expensive options(that all three hated) but so far this one is my favorite and well priced.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So much loose hair removed!!! Oh my goodness! This brush actually helps remove the loose hairs from my kitties! My girls Bruce and Lola have been suffering from hairballs recently, so in addition to adding hairball formula food, I ordered this brush on a whim. Having tried it out for the first time today, I very much understand why it is called the "Zoom Groom" as within a 30-second grooming I was suddenly holding a handful of kitty fur! My Brucie-goosie loved it too! This brush is a win for me and came at a great price!
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kong Cat Zoom Groom I rescued a long hair Maine Coon cat. He never let me brush him, it took a long time before I could even pet him. After a while he got to trusting us, but after a few years I could never brush him, I had to cut the mats off him, never getting the whole mat, just cutting it in half so he could get it loose. I finially decided to try this. i didn't have much hope that it would help. But wow, I just started out using it on his cheeks, then onto his back, and haven't gotten bit. I just take it slow...each time this brush fills up with fur. Then a wait a while and do it again. Try it, its not that expensive and it feels good to your cat!
Date published: 2016-09-28
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