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Dirty Cat Part 1: Old Declawed Cat Forced into Bathtub

Another example of female stupidity and cruelty. She explains that the cat has no claws but had flies and the bath was the only way of getting rid of the flies and the cat was much pahhier afterwards. Youtube is full of cat baths. People are insane.


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Added: Dec-3-2011 
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  • The key part in this video is that the cat is "declawed". Actually the cat took it pretty well.

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    • @Duckmanlivesagain They do, if a cat is dirty then it is ill or indeed dying. There is no good reason to bath a cat, it stresses them out and causes them to re-wash themselves afterwards.

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    • @fireengineer Yes, and their fur is so dense under the topcoat that it looks their skin is meant to remain dry. If the down gets wet then they are cold and can catch pneumonia or something.
      If there is soap residue on their coat they can get sick licking their own fur.
      The meows are so pitiful I can't understand anyone disregarding the appeal.
      There has to be a way to get rid of fleas without inflicting this on a cat. Oh but I forgot, when waterboarding is ok for humans, what's a bath for a cat?

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  • Goshdarn, I wrote "flies" twice in the intro, what I meant was "fleas" of course!

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  • It needs a friggin bath.

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  • It says: "No! No! No!" Everybody can understand that! :)

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  • Nothing stupid or cruel. I give my cat a bath once a year.

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    • @melissa070806 lol, I just noticed a minue ago, it's a switcheroo for "happier". Sorryyyyyyy!

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    • @khamomil melissa070807 is a weak ass blocker,Id like to meet him face to face anyway.I hope we can arrange our meet.I have something to say to you.Pass it on :)

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  • I wouldn't pollute my bathtub. Chain the beast to the lantern pole and use the Kaercher.

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  • I give my cat a bath every month, for some reason he doesn't clean himself regularly like my previous cats did.

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    • @verycoolcat Did you try brushing your cat? I had a cat rescued from a bad home and his coat was all matted. I brushed him many times, every day with one of these $1 colorful circular plastic brushes and collected a lot of hair and little by little the cat's coat became shiny again and the cat recovered fully.

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  • You mean fleas?

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  • Oh geez. Why do people bathe cats? They do not need it and it is stressful for them. Your cat will not live as long if you regularly put a strain on its heart!! Ok fine, a flea bath. I guess it's a necessary evil. But I think that most cat bathing is for the owner. Have you ever seen a man give a cat a bath? Think about it!

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  • Cat had "flies"?

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  • At least you can train a dog to sit still for a bath sometimes - those cats will put their claws right in you first, if they still have em.

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  • Sometimes it is necessary to "flea dip" a cat. I do it by placing the cat in a mesh onion bag. When you pick it up the cat is immobilized, their own weight pulling the mesh tight around them. I can fully immerse them in the dip a couple of times. It is somewhat traumatic to the cat but they are soon over it and tremendously relieved to be free of the fleas.

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  • Kids eh. A cats worse foe.

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  • I'd take that bitch and hold her under the water

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  • "kitty you are dirty". Just NO, you idiot person you are completely crazy.

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