Today is National Hairball Awareness Day, and to celebrate, we’re giving away a Furminator De-Shedding Tool to one lucky reader.

We explained yesterday why a hairball is rarely just a hairball, and that frequent hairballs are not part of a normal life with cats.

Regular brushing and grooming can help prevent hairballs (but it’s not the only thing that can). When it comes to getting rid of loose hair, there are few tools that get the job done better than the Furminator De-Shedding Tool.

To enter the giveaway, please tell me in a comment why you would like to win this tool, and specify whether you’d like the large or small tool and whether it’s for a short haired or long haired cat. For an additional chance to win, tweet about this giveaway or share on Facebook, and post the link in a separate comment. This giveaway ends Friday, May 4.

For more information about the deshedding tool, please visit the Furminator website or their Facebook page.

161 Comments on Giveaway: Furminator De-Shedding Tool

  1. I need to win this because my cats get matted up all the time and I am unable to get the mats out by myself. They have long hair. They have a groomer appt soon to get a bath and a treatment. I need this tool at home so my babies don’t get matted up. Please pick me. My babies are named Baby Kitty and Sarah. They are 13 years old and part of the family.

  2. Our little shaggy long-hair rescue Pippy is best friends with the furminator..she loves to be brushed, and I love the GOBS of hair that comes off her, plus the way it detangles her long black fur.

    Our furminator is 3 years old and is ready for retirement…please give Pippy a new furminator 🙂 Not sure of the size furminator, but Pippy is about 8 pounds.

    Thank you, and have a great weekend! Meow, meow!

  3. I would love a large one because my cats adore being groomed by the furminator! They ask for it!

  4. My Norwegian Forest Cat, Zsa Zsa, loves to be brushed. She will sit, stand & lay in the same spot for hours as long as I continue to brush her. I think she would love being brushed out with the Furminator over the ‘typical’ brushes found in pet & department stores.
    She is a large cat with very long hair & would need a large Furminator to tackle her coat.
    btw, I enjoyed the article last month (When hairballs are more than just hairballs). My girl has had a problem with hairballs. Less so now but still a bit of a problem.

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