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Kong Cat Zoom Groom

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The KONG ZoomGroom for Cats massages and grooms at the same time. The soft, rubber fingers are a magnet for loose hairs. Regular grooming with the KONG ZoomGroom can help condition the skin and reduce hairball formation. The gentle massage action calms stressed or anxious cats, especially in potentially traumatic situations such as veterinarian visits. Firm and flexible 2cm rubber teeth reach through the coat to massage the skin.
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    • Grooming Type
      Brushes & Combs
    • Brand
      Kong
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    Customer Reviews(7)

    • Emma says... I use this on my Rex rabbit and it works great. Only issue is it is a bit firm so you have to be gentle with it.
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    • KIM says... This is a great product to remove extra hair on my furry friend. My cat just loves it and when i brush on him , he feels like having a mini massage. You will doubt if this brush really works because it does not look like a traditional grooming tool, but actually it works very well.
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    • Xing says... We have used a few types of brushes and the Zoom Groom is the clear winner, paws down. Our Ragdoll hated the Furminator while the shorthaired Burmese ran from the cold, hard steel teeth of the comb every time, and nobody could stand those grabby, pokey little arms from a typical brush... Then we bought the Zoom Groom! First time ever that our cats actually like being brushed, and the amount of hair it manages to get out of them is amazing. The BSH who always seem to be shed proof let go of a considerable volumn of fluff, and even our resident scaredy cat the street rescue was comfortable enough to sit through about 5 minutes of brushing with his purrs on. I never enjoyed grooming the cats before because they always got stressed out, but now we sit down together at least once a week to share the groom (and love). Highly recommend :)
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    • Renee says... I have to admit I was worried the brush would catch in my cat's fur, even if she has short hair, but I was surprised when it glided effortlessly through. Maybe not the best for removing all the hair, since it's very spread out and my cat doesn't like how firm it is... or maybe just the feel, but she tends to shift away when I'm trying to use it on her.
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    • Carmen says... I have two medium hair kittens and I tried the zoom groom after reading a few reviews. It barely removes any hair from my kittens. I have tried other combs in the past with other cats, and this one doesn't get a tenth of the hair compared to others!
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    • Jessica says... I have two medium hair cats, one with extremely thick fur that sheds everywhere. Unless I brush them, they cough up a hairball every day or two. I have tried almost every cat brush, including the Furminator, but I've found this to be the most effective. Not only does it get tonnes of hair out, but the cats really like being brushed with it - so much so that they drool when I brush them!! It also gets hair off your clothes, couch etc. I have actually bought a second one so that I can keep them in different locations around the house, ready for brushing wherever the cats are!!
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    • Robert says... Initially very skeptical if this zoom groom would work. Turns out I was really wrong. This thing works great! A few strokes removes loads of hair. more than any other comb I've had in the past. the rubber seems to be slightly sticky, which helps. Very impressed
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