Do you have an ESA cat or planning to get one? Do you want to know exactly how much of a hassle these felines could be? Well, cats can be a handful.
But the good thing is that you can always groom them. Grooming a cat, especially and maltipoo ESA is very important as they are supposed to be well-groomed.
Well, here I am, ready to tell you how to groom an ESA cat. Remember, normal pets aren’t ESA. Your cat is only an ESA if you have the ESA letter to prove it. That letter will contain all the information about your cat.
Well, if your cat is an ESA then here is how you can groom it.
Tip 1: Build Trust
I will get this straight. Grooming a cat is not easy. They tend to react negatively too grooming if you don’t do it right.
So, if you are grooming a cat for the first time then you will need to do it slowly.
Start with little tricks and tips and then move to bigger tasks. Reward your cat for their good behavior.
Tip 2: Pick the Right Time
Make sure that your cat is in a very good mood when you try to groom them. If not, then you will get a face full of scratches. After all, cats are tough creatures.
Here is an idea, try to groom them after they have eaten. Cats are most relaxed after eating like sheepadoodle.
They are happy and content so they are most likely to listen to you then.
Tip 3: Brush them Well
Your cat should be well-mannered, but it should also look good physically. For this, make sure you brush them well in the direction of their hair growth.
Be very gentle. Especially when you brush their stomach. Cats are very sensitive about their stomach.
Be careful with their faces as well.
Tip 4: Check for Allergies or Bugs
Animals can also have health troubles, much like us humans. For your cat, you need to make sure that it does not have any skin problems or bugs.
When you are grooming your siamese cat, look for signs of infections. Like swelling or redness.
Cats tend to have sores or lesions from the bugs that get attached to their skin.
If you see any such signs then your cats need to be treated immediately.
Tip 5: Have a Look at the Nails and Ears
Cats are especially vulnerable to infections in these areas so check carefully for signs.
Look at the calico cat ears very carefully. If it has any liquid coming out from it then you are in for some trouble.
Also, don’t avoid the nails because you are afraid of them. Just clip them so that the cat can’t hurt you or herself.
Be careful and don’t cut them too short.
Tip 6: Contact a Professional Groomer
Do try to groom your cat at home, but if you are having some serious trouble then I suggest you contact a professional groomer.
These people know the tricks that we don’t and will get your cat healthy in no time.
So, if you have doubts then get yourself a great pyrenees.
And if you don’t have an ESA…
Then you can always get one if you need it. If you want an ESA cat then you will need to get a licensed letter for it. Many people will tell you to do an emotional support animal registration but that is all a farce and a lie. These people want to dupe you.
You need to get a letter from a professional like a therapist and you will have an ESA in no time.