I don't think it cuts hair. I've tried it on my own hair hahaha. It certainly pulls pretty well, so if you do it too rough or repeatedly, normal hair could possibly get pulled out as well. My babies don't mind being furminated, it helps Billi tremendously with the shedding. Aloo does not have too much undercoat, so she does not shed as much.
What I have discovered is that their lower back and holds a lot of dead hair. Maybe those are the hard to reach spots for them.
You're right, it doesn't actually cut
any hair. It just looks like it does lol
I did some reading around about it if it "cut" any hair. The answer is , "No."
Neither does it pull
any hair, (your hair probably has a few mats in it, that's why it pulled yours when you tried it ROFL omg, I'm SO kidding
) that isn't the way the tool is designed. It only removes dead and loose underfur. ...by the truckload! LOL
After using it several times now, it works magnificently and while B.B. (who HATES all grooming from humans) isn't in love
with it as many proclaim their cats are, she tolerates it MUCH more than any other brush, mit, comb, etc. because the strokes are slow, gentle and FEW! lol