The Curl can have either a long or short coat and, thankfully, both lengths are relatively easy to take care of. Those with a long coat also have a small undercoat, which is less prone to tangling and matting. With a weekly combing session, you can keep both lengths silky smooth. If there is any dead hair left, feel free to comb the coat backwards to remove that accumulated hair.
You should expect the short coat to shed a lot more than the long one. This happens all year round. Whereas the longhair begins to shed during the warm months and requires regular combing. When it comes to baths, you don’t have to overdo them as cats tend to do a good job of cleaning themselves.
Regular teeth brushing, however, is necessary. With daily dental hygiene, the Curl can avoid periodontal disease. And every few weeks, you can trim the nails just to avoid possible scratching.
Don't forget to do weekly ear check-ups. Use a cotton ball to keep them clean. Don't use a cotton swab since it can damage the cartilage.