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My dog doesn't have opposable thumbs. How is he going to brush himself?
"In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. He's also postmaster and probably traffic cop, too. All the jobs for sports referees are probably filled, though." --Lemel Hebert-Williams
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I have two brushes for my cats. One is a wire brush kinda like this one, but without the plastic tips and circular. The other is the outline of a circle with a serrations on both sides (one has thick "teeth", the other thin). It sounds and even looks kinda mean, but the cats love it. They love both, actually. The serrated one gets a lot of hair, but makes a big mess with flying hair (probably like the Furminator). The one like this gets less hair per stroke, but catches it all, so it's neater. I don't use the one like this because I have to pick the hair out of the brush, but if the self-cleaning bit works, then I'll be all set.
For what it's worth, the cats love the metal. Both of them go nuts for brushing. Hardly "torture."
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