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RE: tummy knots

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Posted by: catman1 at Sat Jan 14 01:57:32 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by catman1 ]  
   

Posted by: PHMadameAlto at Tue Sep 6 21:15:45 2005

Trimming - VERY CAREFULLY - is probably the only answer since your cat doesn't like the brushing. There are mat combs you can get - and you might try to use one on your cat.

You can also try touching the cat's "sensitive" areas with the brush/comb then giving him an ultimate cat treat. Do this several times a day for a bit then graduate to a stroke...keep going gradually until he will tolerate the brush/comb.
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Jaime had the best answer and when i take Babba to the vet the vet will shave him.I also do like Madame alto said is to brush and comb these areas.Babba has his moods and i have to wait until hes ready to be brushed and combed in these areas.
He really loves it SOMETIMES then there are times he really gets mad and i leave him alone.
Lou


   

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