Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The Furminator Product Review

FURminator Large Yellow deShedding Tool with 4-Inch Edge

Recently, I received a Furminator deshedding tool from the company. They were generous enough to accommodate my review request. Cookie and Gigi are the types of dogs that don't shed, and they are taken to the groomers regularly. So who was let behind? That's right, Kat!

At First Glance

Looking at the Furminator Deluxe, I could see that it was made to be sturdy. There was no sign of flimsiness at all. It had a firm hand and the blade area had metal teeth that were held securely in place. The handle is contoured so it will stay securely in your hand with little rubber dots strategically placed that reinforces the grip. One of the nicest features on this tool, is that you can remove the hair without having to touch the blade. What happens is that you push the black lever and it will push the hair off the bottom. The blade becomes totally hair-free.

Furminator vs. My Pin Brush

Both worked on Kat, however the amount of hair removed by the Furminator was about five times as much. One thing the package states is to be gentle with the product. It is also not to be used to remove mats from your cat's fur. The cat should have clean and mat-free fur.

Kat is pretty touchy when I groom her usually. She has so much hair that I'm lucky if she'll sit still five minutes without scratching me or running off. She likes it but she's the type that can only take so much. Nevertheless, it didn't pull on the hair yet removed it effortlessly. With static being in the air, the hair looked like a little pompom in the comb. Cleaning the hair out of the tool was a breeze.


Well, after brushing Kat last night I noticed that when I pet her, I don't have little hairs accumulating on my hands. Also, she's not leaving behind clumps of fur.


This is a great tool for removing excess hair from your cat's coat, without harming the skin. It's important to have a gentle hand. Although the price is a little steep (it is available for $36.49USD at Amazon), the quality of the workmanship is worth the investment.

If you would like to learn more about this product, please visit the Furminator website. If you have a cat and would like to read more about them, check out the I Have Cat blog.

A special thanks to Beth Hoops from Furminator for helping to make this review possible.

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