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Old 01-07-2015, 09:26 AM
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Where can I buy clothes that are the opposite of cat fur? It doesn't seem to be on the Target's or Beale's outlet label. I'll start buying herringbone if that helps.
"Rrraull here....black and white are IN this season, Bro. Have a seat beside me where I am not allowed on the furniture. I furred up that spot yesterday. Heheh."

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The cat shares with her toys. Brings them on a regular basis. Don't let that innocent face fool you. She rules.
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Just finished trying to put salve in our cat's eyes a few minutes ago. We actually broke into a sweat! My husband held her and I think I got a smudge in. He wears long sleeves and wraps a towel around her. Have to repeat this again tonight, ugh!
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Just finished trying to put salve in our cat's eyes a few minutes ago. We actually broke into a sweat! My husband held her and I think I got a smudge in. He wears long sleeves and wraps a towel around her. Have to repeat this again tonight, ugh!
Trick that I found helps. Put cat on top of dryer, then wrap towel around with head out. Cat has no traction so paws are usually trying to stick to surface. Good luck!
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I have long sleeve welding gloves and a leather welding jacket, that should provide protection........
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Laundry sink.
Fill to length of cat legs.
Insert cat.
Put salve in eyes.
Now get towel to wrap cat in.
Extract cat and place on floor beside dollop of tuna.
Cat is grateful to be rescued, and happy with the reward.

Somebody try this and let us know if it wotks.
It works for bathing my cat.
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thank you for this post. It may be the funniest thing I have read in years.
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The cat shares with her toys. Brings them on a regular basis. Don't let that innocent face fool you. She rules.
Chi-Town, one of ours is in the habit of dragging her toys to the water bowl and drowning them. Take that, you fake felt mouse!
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Just finished trying to put salve in our cat's eyes a few minutes ago. We actually broke into a sweat! My husband held her and I think I got a smudge in. He wears long sleeves and wraps a towel around her. Have to repeat this again tonight, ugh!
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Trick that I found helps. Put cat on top of dryer, then wrap towel around with head out. Cat has no traction so paws are usually trying to stick to surface. Good luck!
The only way we are able to medicate a cat is to place him/her on a firm surfact (not carpet), and firmly grab him by the scruff of the neck (the way a mama cat carries her young). He will not be going anywhere.

If it's a liquid, use a syring or dropper and insert it in the side pocket of his mouth. If it's a pill, try a pill pusher you can get at Petco or PetsMart. Eye drops or salve should be pretty easy to squeeze in his eyes holding him that way also. A second person helping makes it easier.
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