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How to Keep Your House Free of Cat Hair


Cats have a number of amazing qualities: They are loving, cuddly and oh so cute. But they also have a quality that isn’t great. Yes we talk about how much they shed! There is no getting around the fact that cats lose a significant amount of hair. So much so that many cat owners have seemingly tried everything to keep it in check with little success.

While you can’t stop your cat from experiencing this natural phenomenon, there are ways to keep cat hair to a minimum in your home. To help you, we’ve put together a handy guide on how to keep your home free of cat hair. Our tips will help you to take control of the cat hair in your home so that you can enjoy life in an (almost) cat-free home.

Start using a robotic vacuum cleaner

To win the fight against cat hair, you need the right weapons by your side. If you’ve tried using just a pan and brush to clean up, it’s no wonder why you haven’t had any success so far. A pan and brush are great for cleaning stains, but given cat hair will be absolute all over and moves easily too, they just aren’t a game. So how about a regular vacuum cleaner?

They work to a certain extent, but they require a lot of effort on your part. Think about it: do you really want to bend down and maneuver the vacuum to find cat hair in every corner? It is far more efficient and effective to use a robotic vacuum. Well designed robotic vacuums for cat hair Work by detecting the presence of dirt on your floor – including cat hair. The technology is now so advanced that it is designed to avoid bumping into furniture and other items. That said, you can just get out of your robotic vacuum cleaner and do all the hard cleaning work for you.

Brush your cat

Brushing your cat will greatly reduce the amount of cat hair that gets on your belongings, furniture and floors. In fact, it is known as a method of reducing dandruff. Regular brushing of your cat doesn’t just help with this problem, however. This will also help your cat maintain a healthy coat and reduce hairballs. If that wasn’t reason enough to start regular brushing sessions, brushing also doubles as a relaxing massage.

After learning about the numerous benefits of brushing your cat, you might be tempted to reach for the next cat brush. However, it’s important to note that not all brushes are created equal. It is important to use a brush designed specifically for this purpose. Cat grooming brushes are designed with your cat’s comfort in mind. The best are also lightweight and easy to use for cat parents.

Reconsider your diet

While it may come as a surprise to you, your cat’s diet can have a significant impact on how much hair he sheds. Angela Stringfellow from Safe Sound Pet found that many cat owners are completely unaware of the role diet can play in their cats’ dandruff.

“Making minor changes to your cat’s diet can noticeably reduce the amount of hair they shed,” said Stringfellow. “Cats on a high-protein, low-carbohydrate, omega-3 fatty acid diet tend to lose less hair.” She notes that cats fed such a diet also usually have more manageable and shiny coats.

It also makes a big difference to making sure your cat is getting enough moisture throughout the day. “If your cat’s hair looks dull or is peeling off quite a lot, it could be a sign that they are dehydrated,” she warns. Dehydration can cause a lot more problems than hair loss. So if you suspect that they are not getting enough h20, it is worth following up on.

As you’ve now found out using our three simple tips above, keeping your home free of cat hair doesn’t have to be complicated. As long as you know what tools to use and are ready to make some simple changes, you will soon see a drastic reduction in the amount of cat hair in your home.

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Robert Dunfee