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Hi!
I'm from Germany and enjoy this forum since yesterday. It's the first english speaking forum I visit and it is very interesting to read although I need my dictionary to understand sometimes. :oops:

I learned the term kneading or to knead, in german we say treteln that means more like stepping, I prefer your version, it sounds more loving.

I'm searching for one other word, I try to describe: If you got a long haired cat and the coat is full of knots in german we say it is like felt. What is the special word for to move away these knots???
 

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Lilly said:
The fur can become matted, or knotted. You can also brush or comb the fur. :D
Thank you for the vocabular, so it's the fur and not the coat or both?
If my "boys" were longhaired cats I would brush and comb their fur, right?
In short time one learns a lot here :D

One more question: which quality is the catfood chicken soup and wellness? I only know the american brands California natural and Hill's
 

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I must say that you write very well!

Yes, it is proper to use both terms "fur" and "coat" and I agree that it'd be a good idea to brush and comb your cats regularly.

Sorry I can't answer your food question.

Have a good weekend all!
 
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