Because of her condition, Megaesophagus, Wylla doesn't do so well with hairballs. I brush her a lot in hopes of catching those hairs before they get ingested, and Charlene helps with her grooming, too. Bean has a much stronger constitution, the ability to process hair well, and only yaks up an occasional hairball. I'm grateful she's able to help Wylla out.
Wylla does enjoy the bath and attention at first, but these grooming sessions are quite thorough and lengthy, and often before Bean is done getting her clean, Wylla reaches her limits, and baths often turn to brawls. You can see in this clip that the tails start swishing and they're nearing a scuffle. Fortunately, they decide that napping is a better idea, and all ends well.
I love that Bean is so willing to contribute to Wylla's care, too. We all work together to keep the wee one healthy.