I luv herfrds":2xun8rxh said:
Victoria":3mnn9sm7 said:Amazingly if you do a google search for this there are many who have had the same problem! :lol2:
Ice, cutting off and blowdryers seemed to be the top three that I read. Good luck. Poor cat, poor you.
I luv herfrds":313t1jf4 said:
Shame on you...Angie will have to put you back on the naughty list for this.. :lol2: :cowboy:BeefmasterB":vziir7fs said:I luv herfrds":vziir7fs said:
Apply an ice cube to the affected area for a minute and the wax should harden enough so you can crumble it with your fingers. It should come right out. Or just through the cat in the freezer for a while. I said in an earlier post DO NOT put the cat in the freezer... :help:
What are cats good for anyway?
Ignore him hd. I am beginning to think he likes the naughty list. :roll: ;-)hillsdown":3be1vyj9 said:Shame on you...Angie will have to put you back on the naughty list for this.. :lol2: :cowboy:
3waycross":1dim1bj0 said:Had to work on a cats rear end many years ago with my vet friend who was as tuff a cowboy as I have ever known. About 5 minutes into the operation the only words he could utter were: For Gods sake don't let go of that son of a gun"
You go shaving anything on the rear end of a cat and you better have a deep seat and a tight rein. :cowboy: