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You know they'll just lick doubly hard after your rub whatever this stuff is over their hair.
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Im a dog groomer and this stuff works great!!! I use it on my own personal cat and i know several others that use it on theirs as well. If you really want a great effect, use some of this then work it in with a cat or dog zoom groom (rubber brush available for cheap on amazon). It cleans PLUS gets all the loose hair out too. Same goes for the waterless kitty furminator spray (more expensive than this). Both work great though. Im in for 3, thanks OP!
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Shampoo for cats? I recommend bundling it with band aids.
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How are these better than them licking themselves?
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How are these better than them licking themselves?
They won't smell like cat breath? I'm in for two just for curiosity's sake (uh oh!)
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They won't smell like cat breath? I'm in for two just for curiosity's sake (uh oh!)
You know they'll just lick doubly hard after your rub whatever this stuff is over their hair.
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Shampoo for cats? I recommend bundling it with band aids.
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I'm not sure if my cat would let me live if I tried to use this stuff on him.
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I'm not sure if my cat would let me live if I tried to use this stuff on him.
Applause LMAO Having two kitties myself I can relate.
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You know they'll just lick doubly hard after your rub whatever this stuff is over their hair.
My cats are too fat to lick their backs and get a greasy streak. They'll be mad but they won't be able to lick it off.
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Im a dog groomer and this stuff works great!!! I use it on my own personal cat and i know several others that use it on theirs as well. If you really want a great effect, use some of this then work it in with a cat or dog zoom groom (rubber brush available for cheap on amazon). It cleans PLUS gets all the loose hair out too. Same goes for the waterless kitty furminator spray (more expensive than this). Both work great though. Im in for 3, thanks OP!
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My cats are too fat to lick their backs and get a greasy streak. They'll be mad but they won't be able to lick it off.
That's our reason for trying this out. Our cat is a bit overweight and can't reach certain areas like he used to. He'll let us give him a bath in the tub but it's quite the mission and messy, hopefully this works well.
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That's our reason for trying this out. Our cat is a bit overweight and can't reach certain areas like he used to. He'll let us give him a bath in the tub but it's quite the mission and messy, hopefully this works well.

I mean, just rubbing them down with a wet rag and drying them gets the job done for me. I just want this for fun
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This adds credibility to the "Sorry I can't go out with you on Friday either, I have to wash my cat" line.
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