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Washing a pusssy

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How to Wash the Cat…
1. Put both lids of the toilet up and add 1/8 cup of pet shampoo to the water in the bowl.
2. Pick up the cat and soothe him while you carry him towards the bathroom.
3. In one smooth movement, put the cat in the toilet and close both lids. You may need to stand on the lid.
4. The cat will self agitate and make ample suds. Never mind the noises that come from the toilet, the cat is actually enjoying this.
5. Flush the toilet three or four times. This provides a “power-wash and rinse”.
6. Have someone open the front door of your home. Be sure that there are no people between the bathroom and the front door.
7. Stand behind the toilet as far as you can, and quickly lift both lids.
8. The cat will rocket out of the toilet, streak through the bathroom, and run outside where he will dry himself off.
9. Both the commode and the cat will be sparkling clean.

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Horaayy..there are 122 comment(s) for me so far ;)

# 1 - Anonymous - 14/07/2007 - 8:15 pm

We had a very old cat, she got to 21. When she was 19 she got very ill for 9 months and stopped washing herself. She was too weak to use her litter tray properly and cleaning her was a task that nearly made me retch. So that she wouldn’t get distressed we would gently wash her with moist wet toilet paper until she was completely clean – it took ages. Though we were very gentle, she didn’t like being wet at all and I thank God she was too weak to punish us for it. I would love to have been able to bath her but I’m fairly certain she would have reported us the RSPCA herself!


# 2 - Anonymous - 15/07/2007 - 3:46 am

Stupid people. Retarded. I have to feel sorry for you as well as for the poor animals.


# 3 - Anonymous - 20/07/2007 - 8:23 am

I’ve found that using a mesh laundry bag works really well. First, place cat in the bag, and then bathe cat. The cat cannot claw you, as every time it tries its claws get caught in the mesh. This was recommended to me by a vet.

The same vet also told me the only thing cats were good for were “getting rid of extra bricks and burlap sacks.”


# 4 - Anonymous - 26/07/2007 - 6:41 pm

To be honest, I’ve washed my little guy only three times….he tends to have “accidents” if he is awake when the vet is touching him….no one should have to clean poop off of themselves with their tongue.


# 5 - Anonymous - 26/07/2007 - 11:31 pm

Cats need a bath sometimes but those ideas could kill a cat they could break their legs get soap up their noses & ears how horrible can these people get never bathe your cat in the toilet!!!1


# 6 - catfancier - 09/08/2007 - 1:42 am

You’re an idiot for suggesting that cats can be washed in toilets, even if it was a joke. There are people stupider than you who will try it.

Why don’t you do your cat(s) a favor and put them up for adoption, good chance their new owner will have a brain.


# 7 - florilo - 14/08/2007 - 5:51 pm

I am sorry but I am not understanding why somebody would wash a cat?? If you look in the cat eyes you only find fearnes. I have sinc 30 years cats but never ever washed them. We should tread animals with respect!


# 8 - Anonymous - 15/08/2007 - 12:41 am

I have to wash my cat at least once a month. He is quite fat (even though he is on a diet) and has long fur. After a while he starts getting pretty stinky because he cannot wash himself properly. So he gets a wash and a trim at least once a month.
It is not cuel either (with the exception of the toilet wash!) He doesn’t like it but has simply learned to tolerate it. If you take too long he will jump out though.


# 9 - NKDKITTYHEADLVR - 15/10/2007 - 9:43 pm

NKDKITTYHEAD here again. Yeah, uh, just in response to those who question my love and affection for those little fuckers, i can only say that my cats have learned to love whatever the fuck i want themn to do (or else). Although recently, my cats have been losing their hair and i think thats because they are jealous of the attention the other cats get (i have like 9 or 10, 3 are really sick right now because the box i keep them in is pretty foul, so maybe it will be 7 when this gets posted) So im gonna give my kitty heads lots of attention and shaving and kisses!!!!
XOXO
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# 10 - catssuck - 23/10/2007 - 3:25 am

You are some stupid motherfuckers if you think cats are “clean animals.” And if you think that by licking themselves that they are cleaner then you are beyond fucking stupid.


# 11 - NKDKITTYHEADLVR - 22/12/2007 - 1:00 am

I like the idea that Florilo put forward in the previous post of treading on cats with respect. I ive now tread on several of my cats with nothing but the utmost respect and i can tell you its pretty rewarding. Their little pink noses poke inbetween my toes and sometimes i swoon with envy wishing i could have a little pink nose and be tread on with respect. I of course still look forward to my many washings after treading on them and get their little ears clean as a whistle! sometimes i kiss them and sneak a little nibble on the little pink ears!
This is of course,
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# 12 - neverwashed - 20/01/2008 - 4:06 am

I am never for the cat to wash. When dirty or stink cat for wash himself with tongue. For my cats even wash my feet when dirty…LOL…For course i am not for washing feet with cat but i wanted to be in spirit of others on this site! JK

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# 13 - NKDKITTYHEADLVR - 20/01/2008 - 4:12 am

WTF!!!!!
Thats pretty wierd!
Anyway, I AM for having a dedicated “foot cat” so to speak. Heres how I would do it: I would reward the cat with little treats and kisses when it does something like licking my feet, and i would punish him severely when he doesnt! In a few weeks, VOILA! a dedicated manservant foot cat. Pretty nifty idea.
Today, I shit myself and that was pretty crazy.
GTG
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# 14 - catmando - 20/01/2008 - 9:42 pm

So you have a cat that licks your ass? And eats shit? We need to meet! Maybe we can train a cat to give blow jobs.


# 15 - Dr. Brown - 16/05/2008 - 7:06 am

You people that think cats clean themselves should not be allowed to own them. When a cat licks itself, it deposits an enzyme that WILL SMELL and can be dangerous to humans, although not very often. Yes, cats lick themselves to clean themselves but they STILL need bathing at least ewvery 2 weeks!


# 16 - Kimmy - 12/10/2008 - 5:37 pm

I do have to wash my fluffy orange tabby, Buddy, occasionally; about once a month.
Most of the time he’ll make such panicky noises I expect the neighbours to come knocking, but after the soapy soak (which I can’t do for long on account of said neighbours), he calms right down and enjoys his towelling and blow dry.
Then I give him some treats and tell him what a good boy he is! He’s 14, gorgeous and extremely bonded to me ~ doesn’t really like anybody else.
Bath time is never fun but it has to be done.
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My other cat Ashley is better with baths but doesn’t need them that often.


# 17 - Candee-V - 18/09/2009 - 1:29 am

There’s nothing wrong with washing your cat in a sink or tub. Its understandable that cats may be scared of water but most cats are scared of water bc they’re not used to it. It’s true that you have to get them used to taking baths. I have a kitten that I have been bathing everyday (which may sound bad) but she doesn’t clean herself properly. After using the bathroom there will be poop stuck in her hair toward her backside area & sometimes stuck in her leg hair. Also, there will be cat litter stuck in her paws. So instead of having a poopy cat I wash her, & I don’t see anything wrong with that. She is actually very calm when I put her in the water. On top of the poop, I am allergic but I haven’t had problems since washing her & keeping her clean. SO maybe I’m one of the people that’s allergic to their saliva.


# 18 - Rick - 03/03/2010 - 8:07 am

Mental note…. Hippies don’t like when you talk about washing your cat. It makes you a kitten and puppy killing, baby eating monster and your going to hell cause that cat got wet. An occasional flee bath or the cat managed to get covered in dirt or smells like poop bath doesn’t hurt it at all. My cat even plays with water all the time.


# 19 - justina - 02/04/2010 - 4:02 pm

why the fuck would you put a poor kitty in a dirty ass toilet. you guys are fucking rude and demeaning!!!!!


# 20 - brawndo - 04/10/2010 - 1:51 am

In all seriousness, cats require baths occasionally. Our female cat has long hair and sometimes gets poop balls stuck in her fur. Our male cat is 22 lbs. and will sometimes scoot his bunghole across the carpet rather than bending all the way around to clean himself. Bathing our girl cat involves a lot of screaming, but no injuries. The boy cat must be held by the neck during bathing or he will sink his teeth into your hand. If they were not given baths, we would have poop smears across our floors and carpets.


# 21 - brawndo - 04/10/2010 - 1:55 am

In all seriousness cats require baths occasionally. Our female cat has long hair and sometimes gets poop balls stuck in her fur. Our male cat is 22 lbs. and will sometimes scoot his bunghole across the carpet rather than bending all the way around to clean himself. Bathing our girl cat involves a lot of screaming, but no injuries. The boy cat must be held by the neck during bathing or he will sink his teeth into your hand. If they were not given baths, we would have poop smears across our floors and carpets.


# 22 - Chellie_32 - 08/03/2012 - 7:06 am

my cat loves baths. 


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