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RUGER

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Giving a cat oral medication in liquid form is not fun.

That is all, drive through.
 

Diehard Hunter

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I have found that if you will submerge the cat for 10 minutes in a tub full of water with a cinder block on top of them it gets a lot easier. They are very compliant. It also keeps them from ever spraying again!
 

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One of my X women had a cat, and it got to stinkin pretty bad. I decided I'd give it a bath. SOB bit CLEAR THROUGH the skin on my arm. As in entrance and exit wounds. I tossed it outside in the middle of an absolute downpour.
 

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Like anything, you just have to have the right tool for the job.

catcarrier.jpg
 

TAFKAP

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RUGER said:
Giving a cat oral medication in liquid form is not fun.

That is all, drive through.

No, none whatsoever. You're lucky....the last time I had to give our cat meds, we had to START with oral medication. The vet then handed me a tube and said, "After the oral drops, squeeze a dollop of this on your finger and put it in each eye."

Yes, that's right. Rub a Vaseline paste of some sort into each one of a cat's eye.

I laughed in his face.
 

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Crappie Luck said:
Try putting one in the toilet!!

...not that I'd ever do that :D

My wife had one get in the drier one morning when she was switching out clothes. Started the drier and heard loud noise, opened drier and missile shot out....cat never has gotten in the drier since!
 

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