Of all the brushes and grooming tools I’ve tried, the Furminator Deshedding Tool still wins hands down when it comes to controlling shedding in cats.  In fact, it removes so much hair that I remember being a little worried I might wind up with a bald cat the first time I used it on Amber a few years ago.

And now, Furminator has gone “deluxe” – redesigned with a new, sleek ergonomic handle and a  FURjector button that will release fur from the blade, but retaining all the same functionality of the original, it still removes undercoat and loose hair like nothing else on the market. 

I’m giving away one Furminator for Cats to one lucky winner.  If you’d like to win, leave a comment on this post and let me know why you would like one for your cat(s).  For an extra chance to win, tweet about the giveaway or share on Facebook and post the link in a separate comment.  This giveway is open until Saturday, May 14.

Thanks to the folks at Furminator, Inc. for making this giveaway possible as part of National Hairball Awareness Day. For more information on the cat product, click here. Winner will be asked to specify size of cat and whether they want the tool for long or short-haired cats.

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58 Comments on Giveaway: Furminator Deshedding Tool

  1. Figaro is one hairy cat!! He sleeps on my bed, and I find hairs on my pillow, which obviously concerns me. I brush him every few days. He loves it and eagerly head bumps the brush. I also find myself vacuuming on a more than regular basis. Hair is everywhere!! So, Figaro and I would love to win the Furminatorin Ryder to cut down on the cleaning, and increase the brushing.

  2. This looks wonderful and now that I have painful joints esp in my dominant hand I would love to use it! see if it works better than my regular comb. Have two wonderful cats that always seem to have enough hair to leave behind no matter how well I comb them!

  3. would love to win this – I have a long haired tortie who does not seem to get much out of a regular comb She turns her nose up & walks away, only to produce a hairball later. Even fine toothed combs do not seem to do her much good. and little black Chloe will not sit still long enough for a fine tooth comb or brush to help….. I know whoever wins it will be delighted with it.

  4. i would like to win it because im such a sucker i keep rescuing abandoned felines and i feed strays and i would like to make them feel pretty and clean since some are long hair felines.

  5. hi

    like the others….of course i want this furminator for my cats…but i live far-far away from you…if i can win it…i hope i can donate it to pet/cat shelter near you…because…i love every cats…and each of them have a right to be loved,cared and need attention…everytime i hugged mine…i always remember those poor cats on streets…struggling for their life…
    i hope my explaination will make me win…i want it for them….for cats in shelter…
    thank you….

  6. I would like to win this Furinator, not for myself, but to give to my local shelter, the New Hanover Humane Society. I think they’d truly enjoy it for the kitties.

  7. I’d like to give one to Arizona Safe Haven For Animals. They probably could use the donation since they’ve taken in a lot of cats due to kitten season.

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