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I have a serious question about GROOMING:

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
Our one year old female cat, Dulcinea always smells REALLY great...not just clean, but like a faint olive oil-light rose scent. She's always washing herself...but has never been bathed. She has been spayed...after having a small litter (3 healthy kittens in September of '06)...but why does she always smell so good??? This may be a stupid question...but everyone notices it. Strangers meet Dulcinea and want to know if I put after shave/cologne on her...she smells that good. Any ideas???

Thanks in advance.

Fr. Gregg
post #2 of 15
silly question what does she eat ?>??

do you have mini roses inside or does she have access outside??
post #3 of 15
Do you have live plants where she can rub against or around? Perhaps its something in what you use to wash your clothes, blankets, etc. in the house
post #4 of 15
I actually believe that Sancho Panza had some little viles of what you are describing if memory serves me correctly.
post #5 of 15
I dont have any live plants inside my home and Easy always has this really sweet smell to her ...... I cant describe it ........ but its a faint sweet smell .......
post #6 of 15
Thread Starter 
and Dulcinea doesn't go outside...EVER. We use TIDE withOUT scent (I'm allergic) to wash our clothes. Can't imagine what it is, BUT I am VERY thankful for it...whatever it is!

Fr. Gregg
post #7 of 15
Do you use a scented litter?
post #8 of 15
My Ginger smells like Hazelnuts, and I have NO idea why. It's just how she smells, and I love to sniff her!
post #9 of 15
And my Pearl smells like gingerbread! :-)
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
We don't use scented litter either...Dulcinea doesn't like the scented kind. We use Arm & Hammer...UNscented. Guess this will remain a mystery.

My best to you all...and thank you for your responses.

Fr. Gregg
post #11 of 15
Just be thankful that she smells good I guess!
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by mzjazz2u View Post
Just be thankful that she smells good I guess!
Trout smells like nothing..not gross, not good..just like cat
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by fr gregg View Post
Our one year old female cat, Dulcinea always smells REALLY great...not just clean, but like a faint olive oil-light rose scent. She's always washing herself...but has never been bathed. She has been spayed...after having a small litter (3 healthy kittens in September of '06)...but why does she always smell so good??? This may be a stupid question...but everyone notices it. Strangers meet Dulcinea and want to know if I put after shave/cologne on her...she smells that good. Any ideas???

Thanks in advance.

Fr. Gregg

Maybe ask the vet the next time she goes for her check up.
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by Trouts mom View Post
Trout smells like nothing..not gross, not good..just like cat
That's how my cats are too.
post #15 of 15
Radar smells of Nate's deodorant, I don't know why because he rarely if ever cuddles Nate, and Sonic smells of nothing just that very faint cat smell.
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