Cat Grooming Glove – How Good Is it Really? Is it Just A Gimmick? Is it Real?
Does Your Puss really like the Cat Grooming Glove? It’s worthless unless it lets you brush it.
This Cat Grooming Glove is what we’re going to be talking about Today. My cat Robby’s here’s and says hi. And today we’re going to be reviewing this Grooming glove now.
I’ve seen so many ads for this on Instagram or YouTube. Basically it’s a grooming glove that’s mmade of rubber. And then you just rub your pet. And then whole matts of hair just comes off. So its Kind of really cool. Now we currently use the Ferminator. So got it out cuz sheds a lot, even though he’s short-haired, he actually has a lot of fur.
Now to the Glove itself
So the glove is rubbery. And so there’s a Velcro thing for your wrist. Robby can I pet you? He really likes it. Look at that darling face.
Wow that is actually quite a bit of hair. Nearly as much as what they show you in the commercials. He seems to really like it. Better than the furminator. Usually when I start grooming him at the tail. Well, he has a lot of fur loss on the tail.
Wow this grooming glove is pretty cool and he seems to like it. But it’s not collecting all the fur. First loose fur everywhere on him. It pushes it out. And wow that is a lot of hair.
Let’s do a couple more swipes. Okay the cat glove is really big for my hand and so it’s kind of coming off. And I have not a lot of control over the fingertips. You see how it bends. You could try to pad the fingertips with sponge. That should help a lot.
Let’s try taking off now. So I groomed Robbie, so let’s see how to take this hair off. So in the commercial basically they just lift it up and it comes off. It kinda does. But I don’t think there’s enough fur blanket. It breaks and then they’re still some extra hair hanging.
Maybe it’s just not enough hair, but I could show you here a lot of fur. Let’s try again and we’ll spend more time. OK not much hair to groom. He doesn’t shed that much.
So Give this cat grooming mitt a try
If you have a very hairy cat or furry cat, that sheds a a lot, I think It would be better. But for a cat that sheds normally, I don’t think it’d be as helpful. cuz Spencer’s cold. He’s a domestic Shorthair. It’s not a thick body it’s really thick he has a thinner undercoat so if he does get bathed we have to blowdry him because he won’t automatically dry in the air.
So I think this Cat Grooming glove is much more comfortable for the boy cats. This is nice soft rubber, a silicone rubber. It’s a little comb, whereas the furminator, this is what we normally use to groom the boys, It’s stainless steel with little teeth and it works OK I think.
But the boys don’t seem to like it, because it I think it’s rough. So this is pretty cool. So now trying to strip it off like a sheet. Oh my god it’s nothing short of a full blanket. OMG it works like a charm. It’s a whole sheet of fur.
Easy on the purse
So I thought this glove on Amazon. And this cat grooming glove, it’s not like the brand name one because this is cheaper. This was less than ten dollars whereas the brand name one I think, was over twenty bucks.
I think the works the same. It does us what the brand-name advertises it. You know this is rubbery thing, you pat your pet, and you can just peel it off, which is pretty clean. Of course you see, there’s a little bit of hair all around the edge of the glove, but you can just take a lint roller and quickly clean it.