Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by random3434, Oct 6, 2009.
A cat's tail that got burnt in a lit candle.
The SPCA will be by shortly.
But isn't that how you remove fleas?
Now that's just cruel. I'm calling the SPCA right now. The preferred method is to put them in the washing machine for 30 minutes.
Do I use a fabric softener sheet while drying them in the dryer too, or is that bad for kittens?
If it's a short-hair, no. Long hair, definitely. You'll have to use your own judgement for the in-between cats.
Good thing mom and dad had your tail removed, otherwise it might have been you.
I usually just make a circumferential slit in the skin around the neck and strip the skin and fur off in it's entirety, turn it inside out, and then re-insert the denuded cat into it.
With the fur on the inside they remain warm, and now the outer layer basically forms a full-body scab which is impenetrable to fleas.
You should buy a fire retardant cat.
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