Burmese Cat care: hygiene, brushing and grooming tips

Here’s how to take care of the Burmese’s coat and what you need to know about cleaning this feline breed’s teeth, nails, eyes and ears.

Taking care of your Burmese cat is one of the main ways to ensure not only that our cat always appears at the top, but also that it remains calm and healthy. Let’s find out together how to brush the coat of the Sacred of Burma, if it is possible to bathe the specimens of this breed and everything that has to do with the care of the Burmese.

Care of the Burmese: brushing and hygiene of the coat

The Sacred of Burma is a cat with a long and thick coat. Its characteristic coat is one of the physical characteristics that makes it so bewitching to our eyes.

Although it is a long-haired breed, however, the care of the Burmese is not particularly demanding. The reason, in fact, is that this cat has no undercoat.

Therefore, it is practically impossible for his coat to become knotted. Let’s see in detail how to brush the fur of the Sacred of Burma and if it is recommended to wash this furry dog, or not.

How to brush the coat of the Burmese

The Burmese cat tends to shed little hair. This makes it sufficient to brush 2 or 3 times a week, increasing the frequency to once a day during the moulting period.

Since its coat is fine and delicate, it is necessary not to carry out this operation with excessive force, in order not to risk pulling off tufts of hair, causing pain to the cat.

To take care of the coat of the Burmese you need to equip yourself with a brush with wide teeth and soft bristles, with which to brush the cat both in the direction in which the hair grows, and against the hair.

The use of a carder is essential during the moulting period. It is a special tool used to untangle the coat of the cat, removing the road of dead hair.

Wash the Sacred of Burma yes or no?

Are you wondering if it is possible to bathe the Burmese cat, or would it be preferable to avoid? Let’s find out together.

Generally, the Sacred of Burma, just like the rest of the domestic cats, is a very scrupulous animal and attentive to its cleanliness.

However, it may happen that the cat does not wash itself during a long illness, or that it sneaks – given its extreme curiosity – inside particularly narrow and dirty holes.

In this case, we can take a bath at the Burmese, trying to stress it as little as possible. How to do?

Make sure it is a quick and delicate operation, choose the right water temperature, which should not be too hot or excessively cold, and use specific products, so as not to irritate your skin.

After that, we will have to dry the Burmese very carefully, to prevent it from catching cold and getting sick.

How to make his cloak shine? First, by planning a balanced, healthy and balanced diet in detail. Do you want to find out everything there is to know about the diet of the Sacred of Burma ? Check out this article.

In addition, there is a little DIY trick: just soak a cotton cloth in a solution based on water and vinegar, and then pass it on the coat of the cat.

In this way, the fur of our four-legged friend will be shiny, clean and soft.

Burmese Care: Cleaning of eyes, ears, teeth and nails

Finally, here’s everything you need to know about the Burmese eye, ear, teeth and nail care.

To avoid the appearance of infections or annoying skin disorders, it is recommended to regularly inspect the eyes and ears of the cat, removing excess secretions with the aid of a slightly moistened sterile gauze, or special products available on the market for hygiene. of the cat.

As for the oral hygiene of the cat, it is essential to regularly clean his teeth, in order to avoid the accumulation of tartar and plaque, which could cause the onset of diseases such as gingivitis and stomatitis.

How to do? You can use a toothbrush and toothpaste for the feline, or spreadable creams, to be distributed on the teeth of your four-legged friend.

Finally, here’s how to take care of the Burmese nails. Generally, in the case of young and active specimens there is no need to cut them, since the cats will take care of sharpening them by themselves.

If, however, the claws are excessively long, it will be necessary to use a special nail clipper, pressing lightly on the fingertip of the cat in order to make the nail come out. After that, we will have to cut only the white part, not vascularized.

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