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Safari Flea Comb for Cats

Safari Flea Comb for Cats

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    It seems pretty effective

    By BeachBummer on Oct 2, 2020

    This comb seems to be pretty effective at stripping out mature fleas. The metal teeth are set closely so a lot of them are caught between the prongs rather than just being brushed out (which makes it easier to dispose of the pests rather than dispersing them accidentally). This is something worth getting This comb seems to be pretty effective at stripping out mature fleas. The metal teeth are set closely so a lot of them are caught between the prongs rather than just being brushed out (which makes it easier to dispose of the pests rather than dispersing them accidentally). This is something worth getting for any cat, even if only as a precaution (so you can check you cats coat before there is an obvious problem) but a must if you are treating active fleas. … more

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    A PAIN literally

    By Chessy on Jul 29, 2019

    The teeth on this comb are too short and not very good for a long haired cat. Perhaps it may work for a short haired cat. My long haired cat did not appreciate my use of this product in her grooming session. I had to switch to another product specifically designed for long haired kitties. I know The teeth on this comb are too short and not very good for a long haired cat. Perhaps it may work for a short haired cat. My long haired cat did not appreciate my use of this product in her grooming session. I had to switch to another product specifically designed for long haired kitties. I know it is designed as a flea comb. I did not use it for that purpose since my cat is flea free. However, it should not get caught in any cat's hair, especially one that does not have any issues such as matting etc. Can't find my stainless steel comb that I have used successfully for years. That too was a "flea comb" but with longer teeth. … more

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