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Furminator De-shedder For Medium/large Short Haired Cats

$114.99
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I256188-Furminator De-shedder For Medium/large Short Haired Cats
I256188-Furminator De-shedder For Medium/large Short Haired Cats I256188-Furminator De-shedder For Medium/large Short Haired Cats I256188-Furminator De-shedder For Medium/large Short Haired Cats

Product details

SKU
I256188
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Grooming Type
De-shedders
Description

The FURminator deShedding tool reduces loose hair from shedding up to 90% with regular use

Removes the loose hair from shedding

Curved edge for comfortable, effective loose undercoat hair removal

Ergonomic handle for comfort and ease of use

FURejector® button to quickly and easily release collected hair

Edge reaches through the topcoat to remove loose undercoat hair

Curved SkinGuard design glides over cat's skin

Helps keep coat dirt- and debris-free

Best used weekly for cats with double coats

Guaranteed to work or your money back*

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