Your favorite fellines skin and coat indicates their overall health and well-being. Even though cats tend to keep themselves naturally clean, they do requires some extra grooming. Shampooing your cat for example, is a good way to keep their skin and coat looking healthy. The amount of time grooming your cat depends on how long their hair is, their tolerance level and their ability to grooming themselves. One thing we know all too well at Pets Go Here is that cat hair around the house can be quite the nuisance. So if your cat has long hair you will need to brush them more than short hair breeds, so that you decrease the appearance of hairballs. Keep in mind that you’ll want to groom older cats and overweight cats because they can develop arthritis or generally have trouble grooming themselves like they should.