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post #1 of 9
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My DH bought me lovely cut flowers last week and overnight they started to die and the petals started to fall off.

Miss Sydney boo thought it was great and took the oppourtunity to roll in the petals....and pollen!

Now my pretty girl's white spots aren't so white She has spots like this all over!







Does anyone know how to wash flower pollen out of a kitty?
post #2 of 9
LMAO oh my gosh! How cute is that Lol
post #3 of 9
She's a pretty silly girl.
post #4 of 9
That's hilarious Years ago that happened to Soph and I was freaking out, I had no idea what it was till days later But I can't remember what I did to get it off of her
post #5 of 9
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That's hilarious Years ago that happened to Soph and I was freaking out, I had no idea what it was till days later But I can't remember what I did to get it off of her
I tried to wash it off with soap and water...and it didn't do anything...so I ended up trimming it out She's very unhappy with me right now!
post #6 of 9
Aww what a beautiful filthy girl
post #7 of 9
oh no! i cut the stamens out of those lilys if someone gives me any. my rb cat daisy knocked over a full vase of them onto a pale beige carpet, sorry, i mean a pale beige and bright yellow carpet!
post #8 of 9
I know this one I am a lisenced florist- best thing ever to get pollen off of things is a pipe cleaner!!!! Just bend it in half and run it over her fur -it'll take it right off I'm guessing DH got your lilies?? Next time take the pollen off of them immediately so you don't have that problem. Just reach into the center and gently pluck the pollen out before it opens. If it's already opened up use a tissue and place it over then pull it out. Use a bent pipe cleaner to wipe off the pollen from the petals.

Now in the event you can't get it off of her fur, what i do when it stains my skin is put some acetone (pure acetone) on a cotton ball and gently rub it on the stain and it takes it off (i always wash off immediately afterwards and moisturize as it dries up my skin.) If you use a little on a cottonball for her- be sure you bathe her immediately afterwards in a good grease fighting soap like Dawn Also, if you have a blueing shampoo like Nexxus (they make them for grey hair) it works Amazingly well on stained fur coats!!! I learned that one time when my rainbow bridge kitten Lex (gorgeous white ragdoll x) got red pedialyte all over his fur and it stained him pink.)
post #9 of 9
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Thanks for the tips Nikki! I'm going to have to use some of them. I just noticed that the pollen stained my wall too
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