How To Clean Your Cat Face – Almost all of the cat’s body part, cats is doing a good job for cleaning themselves, however some cats also need to be assisted to up keep their faces clean. This could be because of they are a lazy groomers or probably as a consequence of type of breed and fur type.
For example, Long-haired cats, have a big chance to get food caught in their fur while eating. Short-haired breeds, such as the hairless Sphynx, could face a problem with oil build up surrounding their mouths.
Cat Eye Care
For Persian cats because of their short type noses and muzzles, they face problems with eye debris than other types of cats. They have comparatively large eye openings placed very close to the nasal tear ducts which create an area that is prone to tearing.
In almost all breeds, the tears gather in the ducts area; in Persians, they could spill all over the lower eye lids. Aand also, when the tears came in contact with the air, it is oxidized and become brownish, which will stain the under-eye with a tough, kind of glue substance.
In order to keep your cat clean and comfy, you have to make sure that this area are clean. You can wipe your Persian’s eyes with a damp and clean cloth (do not use soap) and d it once or twice a day. Avoid to rub the eyeball directly, for sure.
If you are thinking that your Persian has extra or unusual tear-staining, please consult with your vet. If there is no medical problem arised, you may try one of plenty commercial tear-stain removal products in the store.
You can offer your cat distilled water, beside of of tap water, to drink can also alleviate the tear-stain problem.
To Clean Your Cat Face you can use a washcloth to carefully wipe your pet’s face.
You can use plain water, unless her face is extra dirty—in which case, we recommend to use an extra-diluted solution of cat shampoo, and very cautious when cleaning around her ears and eyes.
You can Wrap your cat in a large towel and then dry her with it in a warm place, away from drafts.