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Re: Cats

In my case, the cat, although an offspring of Flaksey, was close to a year 
old.  Also the poor thing keeled over when WATER hit him...nothing else.  So 
never got to the actual bath.
Although all the cats were white Angora long hair, none had the gorgeous pure 
white coat that the father (Flaksey) had....which I'm assuming was due to the 
bathing.  FLaksey's siblings were not bathed by their owners either and 
didn't have the nice coat.  Was not going to attempt another fainting spell though, 
so a lesser coat was fine with us.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 1/7/2004 11:02:48 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
>When I was younger I made the mistake of bathing a flea-infested kitten 
>a flea shampoo. Made him very sick.  As I recall, the vet said when they're
>that young the strong ingredients in such a shampoo can travel right 
>the skin and into the stomach.

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