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 Post subject: I,M Shocked
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 1:41 pm 
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I saw that there was a mess on the car[pet the other day, and assumed that it was Sasha,as she has bowel problems, thought she just couldnt get to the tray in time, although never happened before, :? but actually caught Chloe this morning scratching at the carpet[ or rather very large rug] and realised it must have been her before, i cant understand why, the litter had been cleaned and not used, i think it must be the hairball problem again, :? as i then found a hairball on the landing, she must have just been caught short, will keep an extra watchful eye on her for the time being, before i rush off to the vets this time :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: I,M Shocked
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Oh no Veejay! :( Hopefully it's a one-off .

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 Post subject: Re: I,M Shocked
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 2:18 pm 
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Well its a similiar thing to what happened last year when i took her to the vets, and she has been fine since, :)
I recently wormed them all, so she shouldnt have worms :)
I might give her a drop of liquid paraffin, which should help if its a hairball problem :?
I am really pleased with the odour and stain remover i got from pets at home a while ago, the stain just disappeared, thank goodness as the rug is very light coloured :D

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 Post subject: Re: I,M Shocked
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:28 pm 
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Hopefully it was just the hairball Veejay and she will be fine now :) Is Chloe your ragdoll :?: They must ingest a lot of hair when washing poor things :(
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 Post subject: Re: I,M Shocked
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 4:19 pm 
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Chloe is my 12 year old tonkinese, but she has longish fur [ for some strange reason] :? but she is always washing the others,and grooming herself a lot
Funnily enough ,my Ragdolls never seem to has furballs :?

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Perhaps it is the type of hair and not necessarily how much they have :lol: I'm hoping Dex never has grooming issues, he has very fine and short fur and doesn't seem to shed a lot. Oscar doesn't really groom himself anymore and gets in a right state sometimes :? I just recently received an e-mail from one of the websites I buy stuff from advertising waterless spray shampoo and detangling spray for cats - anyone tried any products like these before :?:
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They can still have furballs even if short haired Em, Gemma another tonk is always bringing furballs up, and she has close lying fur, :)
The waterless shampoo sounds good, not heard of it,suppose its like dry shampoo for humans :D

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i use johnsons dry spray shampoo and also the detangling conditioner. find this very easy to use and has a lovely nice scent to it. :D


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Now you have mentioned it angelgirl, i think i have some :? ,i got when my bengals were in a cat show, but a long time ago, might have thrown it out now,or if not i it might have gone off,cant even remember where i got it from, but i sent for it,i will have a look, :?

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i got mine from pets at home, sure you can get it cheaper online though. :D


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