Once a month is too infrequent. Once a week at the absolute minimum. Also use different brushes. That brush was meant more to get rid of tangles and mats. It won't be effective at getting the loose hair. Get a slicker/needle brush instead. Make sure you get one for cats. They will have rounded tips. Cat's skin is much thinner than a dogs' skin and a dog slicker brush can hurt the cat.jimmysack wrote: ↑Apr 7th, 2018 2:43 ami use a tool from the vet that is basically one single row of really small metal pins and on the other the same thing but larger pins spaced out more.
i brush him i wouldn't say once a week, i would say rarely brush him maybe once a month but even when i brush him theres still fur coming out everywhere. pic attached
i know i need to brush him more but i think even if i do he will still shed everywher. his fur is literally everywhere. i just bought new socks and when i walked on the carpets the fur is all over my socks. its on the cabinets. on the printer, on all my clothing. i bought the siamese because it was supposedly a low shedding cat but thats definitely not true
There are other brushes like the Furminator, but that was meant more for cats with undercoats. Siamese don't have undercoats.