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    04-26-2010, 05:25 PM
Cat bath!

No pics of the actual bath. Kinda hard to hold cat, bathe it, and hold a camera. Heck it's hard to get pics of the little sh*t when I've got both hands for the camera!

Before (she likes to sit on my shoulder)

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Right after, I did towel dry her a little

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"You better lock your door tonight!"

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    04-26-2010, 05:37 PM
Omg the last one is priceless!
    04-26-2010, 05:41 PM
Green Broke
LOL - You do know she WILL get you back, right?
    04-26-2010, 05:47 PM
LOL, I know I know... but in my house the cats get regular baths. She was supposed to be a barn cat, but got really sick, then Soda stepped on her and broke her leg. After spending that much money I decided she's my new house cat!

The first time she went comatose during the bath, I was a little worried I'd killed her! This time it was way better and she seemed to "enjoy" the towel drying afterwards. Of course, I've still been keeping my bedroom door shut and watching my step when going downstairs!
    04-26-2010, 09:15 PM
Green Broke
Hehe, looks like Iva after a bath. She doesnt go comatose, she stands on her hind legs and wraps her little arms around the faucet... teehehe. She gets me back by chewing up all of my charmin ultra soft...*sigh*. Hiro oficially gets no more baths now, last time I bathed him he got so upset he peed he gets dry baths. Dizzy kitties! That last picture is funny as heck!
    04-26-2010, 09:37 PM
I "adopted" a 2-3 yr old Bengal cat. You should've seen his attitude the first time I bathed him. He peed all over, screamed bloody murder, tried to grab onto everything possible, and attempted to bunny hop out of the tub. He is WAY better now though. He's had about 3-4 baths now and barely makes a fuss.

I think Storm cat (this one) will be fine after a couple more. My old cat (Cougar) was pretty easy to bathe, but he hated the towel drying part! He would growl/hiss at you. Of course, after he sulked for awhile he'd come cuddle.

Of course the old Manx my parent's have screams like you are trying to kill her. You think she'd be used to it after 13 years. Does that dry bath stuff work pretty well? How does it work anyways?
    04-26-2010, 09:51 PM
Green Broke
Yeah, Hiro is just a big weenie... he has been bathed since he was a little baby now he is getting tooo big to handle when he gets to hopping around so he stresses himself out unnecessarily and u=dunks his head under the faucet and freaks out...He screams like you are trying to kill him.

The drty bath works OK... nothing too great. When we brought Deamon home he was filthy and I tried to bathe him but the 15lb fully clawed outside tom cat was having no part of it so I bought the spray bath stuff. Then he only gorwled at me because of the noise of the bottle and it cleaned him ok but needed several applications and lots of brushing. He smelled like a baby butt afterward though! Lol!
    06-22-2010, 09:38 AM
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Ahaha Her after bath face is hilarious... She's obviously saying "you'll pay for this... just wait when I've managed to draw some plans".
    06-22-2010, 02:17 PM
Yeah... she pooped on my sweatshirt the other day. **** cat has NEVER had any sort of accident in the house. I'm mean it was on the ground and my room is a mess right now, but still!

Little ****.... Guess she's due for another bath. This war could go on for years.
    06-22-2010, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by MN Tigerstripes    
Yeah... she pooped on my sweatshirt the other day. **** cat has NEVER had any sort of accident in the house. I'm mean it was on the ground and my room is a mess right now, but still!

Little ****.... Guess she's due for another bath. This war could go on for years.
Pooping on your sweatshirt is NOT an accident. That is revenge. She's mad! LOL....
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