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RE: cat dental care

Sounds like you need to put a birdbath in the middle of the front room
floor, then add your blue liquid and you will be all set :)LOL!

Tigger prefers hard food so that helps. He also likes to chew on Spankys
rawhide chews (just to aggravate her). Doubt he would stand still for
teeth brushing....


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
> Behalf Of Kitty
> Sent: Friday, January 23, 2004 6:58 PM
> To: Agardenchat
> Subject: [CHAT] cat dental care
> Since many of you have cats.....
> I've seen the tootpaste out there for you to brush your pet's
> teeth...yeah,
> right.
> Well,
> on my last visit to the vet, Braveheart was getting his annual
> including teeth cleaning.  I mentioned how much all my cats love
> Dental Diet.  Uncle Hugh (affectionate term for the vet) said he had
> another
> new product and he brought out a quart glass jar of a blue liquid.
> mix
> some into the cat's water bowl and it prevents tartar build
> right.
> I explained that Mick will only drink from the toilet.  Braveheart
> only
> drink from the bowl that is always empty because Jack insists on
> it
> over.  Seamus licks the condensation from the windows, but will also
> from a shallow dish in the bathtub, though he prefers the dirty
> that lingers on the tub floor. Jack will drink from anything after he
> turns
> it over. Slugger drinks from his own dish, if Jack hasn't turned it
> They all like to drink from the birdbath in better weather.  So just
> would I put the blue liquid?
> Kitty
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