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  • How To Bathe A Cat

    HOW TO BATHE A CAT
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    1. Thoroughly clean toilet.

    2. Lift both lids and add shampoo.

    3. Find and soothe cat as you carry him to bathroom.

    4. In one swift move, place cat in toilet, close both lids and
    stand on top, so cat cannot escape.

    5. The cat will self agitate and produce ample suds.
    (Ignore ruckus from inside toilet, cat is enjoying this)

    6. Flush toilet 3 or 4 times. This provides power rinse, which
    is quite effective.

    7. Have someone open outside door, stand as far from toilet as
    possible and quickly lift both lids.

    8. Clean cat will rocket out of the toilet and outdoors,
    where he will air dry.

    Sincerely,

    The Dog


    I trust you all enough to post this without fear of some ding-a-ling actually trying to do it. I'm right to think that.... right?

  • #2
    A happy result of the above:
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    • #3
      Hilarious CJ. Hadn't heard that one before. I will continue its journey around the globe by forwarding it further

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      • #4
        Chuck -- I won't even repeat what you said, but the answer is a resounding NO!!


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        • #5
          LOL! That's terrific! And the picture is priceless!

          Phyllis

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          • #6
            Fantastic - love it and so does my dog

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            • #7
              Helga thinks this is a great idea also. She does wonder what is the purpose of steps 7 and 8?

              Bob & Helga

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              • #8
                Helga thinks this is a great idea also. She does wonder what is the purpose of steps 7 and 8?
                Ummmm, Helga wishes to see the cat remain in the toilet?

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the laugh. It's worth sending to others. Hooch and Princess don't understand the purpose of steps 7 and 8 either.

                  Ed

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                  • #10
                    Hi
                    Just chiming in here and taking a break from fooling around with my new digital camera ( decided on a CanonS45).

                    Was sent this cat picture by someone whose cat just returned from the groomer. Apparently there was a miscommunication between a request for a " Line Cut " which supposedly is a trim of matted fur around the cat's lower mid-section ( I never heard of that term)and this resultant " Lion Cut". Don't know if the picture is doctored but if it is , I think they did a good job.
                    Paulette

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                    • #11
                      picture- don't know why it didn't post before
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                      • #12
                        Awwwww, the poor thing! I've seen a few shaved cats in my life -- mostly the result of hair that's too matted to comb out --- I always feel sorry for them. Not sure why -- I take my dogs to the groomer for trims -- but cats just oughta be allowed to keep their fur. I think they remind me of our poor newly-sheared Suffolk sheep we kept when I was a kid -- they always looked like they were "crossing their legs" to try to cover their naked bodies.

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                        • #13
                          My Karma ran over my Dogma while it was chasing a drying cat -- Chuck

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                          • #14
                            I forgot to mention when I noticed it before, I like your signature Chuck, it's great.

                            aw, the poor cat! I sure hope that's photomanipulation there!!

                            - David

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                            • #15
                              That's really cute CJ! I'm trying to picture pulling that off with my 2 - 18 pound cats. Max, who is already prone to stampede at the first sign of danger, tends to run over what ever is in his way. The air in the imediate vacinity would be ripped to shreads, and what ever else is near by. I think I would be looking for bandaids and Max would probably be perfectly dry.

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