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Re: cat collars was now cat door

I used to bathe my cats once a year, every August. It had to be hot out
so they could air dry because they won't tolerate a blow dryer. Then my
vet said, "Why?" He claims they don't need baths, so I don't anymore. I
remember Spot in the bathtub. He would stand still and take for as long
as he felt was warranted and then try to climb out, but I knew all the
angles and moves. So he finally tried to climb over my head! That was

> It's one of those things you've got to start them on when they're
> little. Jesse actually bathes her cats, I can't imagine. I'd be in the
> emergency room if I tried that w/ her highness. But she gets them used
> to it when they're little bitty.
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> From: "Marge Talt" <mtalt@hort.net>
> Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Date:  Mon, 5 Jan 2004 23:57:04 -0500
> >> From: Pamela J. Evans <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
> >> Sugar only tolerates a collar because we've been doing this since
> >she
> >> was little. She knows if she wants to go out, she has to wear the
> >> collar. Otherwise she can stay in and look out the windows.
> >> ----------
> >
> >I doubt I'd be able to convince the Mighty Hunter (AKA Teeny Kitty)
> >to wear one even to get outside.  I do have a little screened porch
> >off our bedroom and she goes out there when the weather permits;
> >otherwise, she sits in a window that has one of those feeders that
> >you can see into but the birds can't see you attached to it and
> >dreams bird biting dreams.
> >
> >Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> >mtalt@hort.net
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