Getting kitty litter off a kitten?

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        08-28-2008, 02:27 PM
    Getting kitty litter off a kitten?

    We snacthed 3 kittens that were born or moved under our shed. So we were able to catch them. I bathed them and they were basically being eaten to death by the fleas, one looks like it got into a fight with fire ants. Now we think the mom might have died under our shed because theres that one of a kind death smell. And we haven't seen her in a few days.

    Anyways there being kept in the bathroom and they have kitty litter stuck all on their feet and even their tails. Is there an eay way to get it off with out making them freak out? One of them already trusts me pretty well and it's the one with it all on him. The next one is iffy about me but does come up to me. The runt.... is MEAN he bit me twice and drew blood. We named it Alleyway cause it can run as fast as one, as mean as one, and can bite as hard as one can hit.
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        08-28-2008, 04:30 PM
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        08-28-2008, 04:43 PM
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    Originally Posted by farmpony84

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