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Shampooing and Washing 149019: Pet Dog Cat Glocoat Pro Grooming Dematting Detangler Shampooandconditioner Kit -> BUY IT NOW ONLY: $33.99 on eBay!If bathing and detangling the knot did not work, you can cut the knotoff. The fur should grow back but may take a while; even if it does notgrow back entirely, this is preferable to leaving the knot be. Approachthe cat with the same manner as that during the attempt to comb out theknot. The cat should be relaxed and securely settled on your lap or in aconfined location. Having another person help distract and/or hold the cat at this point can help make this procedure safer.If simply combing out the knot did not work, you should next bathe the cat with a cat-safe detangler shampoo to loosen up the fur. Once thecat has been bathed with the detangler, you can spray an additional cat-safe detangler over the knot. Repeat the process of attempting to comb out the knot, not forgetting to grip the knot by the bottom gently to lessen the cat's discomfort. If this is not enough to loosen the knot, it may have to be removed entirely.We have a long hair feral born cat that is somewhat domesticated now. Is only a year old and started matting up thru the winter. Mats were very bad and tight close to his back—-We had been brushing and combing him when we 1st noticed this coming on but it didn’t do any good—-he matted up anyway…….we hoped when spring came he’d drop the mats but no real sign of that happening and he was crying when we held the mat to try to detangle or cut them. We rubbed olive oil at the base and thru the mats. The biggest ones dropped off within 5 days… the smaller ones 7 and there is still another small one we are working on. It worked for us!There are plenty of detangling serums for cats on the market so if you’re faced with a knot in your cat’s fur, go shopping at your local pet store and see what you can find. That way, you can combine the serum with brushing and comb the mat out without hurting your cat.If your pet isn’t one for bath time but you still have matted fur and tons of tangles, use coconut oil as a natural detangler. Add a few drops to your hands and massage it through your dog or cat’s fur, then let it sit a few minutes before grooming. Those mats will be no match and tangles will fall right out!