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Comb Away the Fleas

For healthy grooming of your cat, you need a good comb to effectively remove fleas and their eggs. The Safari Cat Flea Comb has teeth that are closely spaced together to extract the tiniest of fleas. The comb also has an extended handle for an easy grip.

Safari Cat Flea Comb:

  • 100% effective feline flea remover
  • Helps check if your flea control product is working
  • Can easily reach less accessible body parts

A Closer Look: The teeth also help in testing the condition of your cat's coat because they can detect dry skin or spot any dermatological problem. Any rash or sore on the cat's body will make the comb's teeth draw out dried blood.

Made Specially for: Cats of all ages

Product Notes

Popularity: #4 in Brushes & Combs, #3 in Combs & Accessories
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Safari Cat Flea Comb

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SafariCat Flea Comb
 
5.0

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5.0

Best one I have found to date!!!

By I Love My Kitties

from Asheboro, NC

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

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Pros

  • Easy to clean
  • Easy To Use
  • Effective
  • Gentle
  • Good Value
  • No Chemicals
  • Small Spaced Teeth
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Care
    • Long Haired Cats
    • Older Pets
    • Removes Debris
    • Removes Eggs
    • Removes Flees
    • Short Haired Cats
    • Smaller Pets
    • Younger Pets

    Comments about Cat Flea Comb:

    I comb mommy cat, kitties and all my older cats daily to remove flees and eggs. I use on short & long hair cats & kittens. You have to spend more time using flee comb on the long hair cats. It takes longer & deeper strokes to get all flees, the eggs and debris from their skin and fur. After a few days of using the Safari Cat Flee Comb there is a great reduction of flees and I spot few eggs. Must use on a daily basis for success with no chemicals. Some cats like the attention and some don't. I had to figure out who needed a full grooming and the ones that I had to hurry up and comb like crazy to get it over with. I use a small container half filled with cooking oil to scrape off flees, eggs & debris into. Flees will get stuck in teeth. I use a pair of tweezers to remove them.

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    5.0

    It's simple but it works!

    By Love4Cats

    from Orange County, CA

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Effective
    • Gentle

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Daily Care
      • Smaller Pets

      Comments about Cat Flea Comb:

      This flea comb is just plastic and metal but it's sturdy and should last forever. It also does a great job of removing fleas from my cats. After every swipe or two I just put the collected fur and fleas from the comb into a container of soapy water. The fleas drown within seconds and I don't have to worry about using toxic chemicals on my cats. The comb handle is comfortable without being too bulky, which is important for maneuvering around the legs on a cat. The only drawback is that longhair cats need a little brushing before using the comb to keep from pulling their fur.

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