Originally Posted by opilot
I had to shave her rump area (to help clean up...)
perhaps yr. vet can do that for you? Lasts till
fur grows back and can be a real life saver for
both cat and owner....
What a great idea . . . Sam, who spent her first four years fending for herself in largely hostile territory, just fell in love with eating once she moved in here and could actually eat without looking in four directions at once. She would actually step into the dry food bowl to get as close to the food as she could. Needless to say, as happy as we are that she now feels "at home," our "little girl" has gained quite a little bit of girth, and she has lost her ability to . . .um . . . tidy herself up. She also has a bit of a "Love/Hate" attitude to assisted cleanings with kitty wipes ("Stop! . . oh, that's not so bad . . .Stop!"). Maybe I can get the vet to shave her, and the cleanings will not seem so . . humiliating?