4 ESSENTIAL GROOMING TUTORIALS FOR CATS
Trying to get better at grooming your cat at home? Use these tips to get more skilled at nail trimming, baths, grooming and applying flea medication.
The 7 Best Cat Hairstyles
Next time you give yourself a makeover and end up with a new set of bangs or a purple streak in your hair, make sure to include your cat in the fun too! A little pampering and grooming are great ways to help keep your cat’s coat healthy and ensure they both feel and look their best.
While we don’t recommend trying any of these hairdos at home, unless you’ve got an easy-going cat and very steady hands, you can always put in a request next time your cat visits the groomer!
Before we get into different hairstyles, let’s address a very common question we get all the time from cat owners:
is it ok to shave your cat?
7 Creative Cat Hairdos
1. EAR YE, EAR YE
Some breeds of cat, like the Egyptian Mau, have large, distinctive ears. A little trimming around their ears can help show off their unique, distinguished character.
2. full metal mohawk
A little water and some strategic brushing are all it takes to get your cat’s hair standing on end, just like a true rocker. Brush their fur towards the middle of their back, then use your hands to slick it up into a hardcore mohawk.
3. A Little Off the Top
The summer months can be toasty warm for a long-haired cat, and a short surface trim can help keep them cool and keep their fur from getting knotty or matted.
4. Lion Cut
This strategic trim can help your house cat get in touch with their wild roots by emulating the mane sported by the king of the jungle.
5. Zebra Stripes
Does your cat have tabby stripes? Some light trimming between their markings will help to show off their natural coloring!
6. Loafing Around
Is there anything cuter than a cat curled up like a loaf of bread with their feet tucked beneath them? Help them carry on that adorable aesthetic with some trimming to shape their hair into slightly rounder shapes.
7. Khaleesi’s Dragon
For the most fearsome, fire-breathing cats (now that would make for a GREAT television show…) this is just the haircut to show off their true spirit. First, groom your cat’s fur into a mohawk, then form it into small spikes like the scales down a dragon’s back.
When in doubt, just skip the trim and instead spend extra time grooming your cat’s fur to keep their coat sleek and chic. Whichever style you choose, don’t forget to snap a couple of pictures to share on social media.