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Old 03-11-2013, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default Crazyyyy cat lady with issues!

Hey!

I have 2 kitties, Annyong (called Anny. Anyone every seen Arrested Development? ) and Rajah, who are beyond rotten. The problem, as I am interpreting it, not being home all day, is that Rajah, who is a fatfat cannot reach his back/tail to groom, so he is grooming Anny bald right there

Any advice!?!?


The little one is Anny, and that was his back a few days ago. The big monster fatty-bo-batty is Rajah
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:29 PM   #2
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Check out your local pet stores, or pet supply catalogs online, they make toys for cats that are basically little balls with holes in them. You fill the toy with their kibble and they have to roll it around to get the food. This gives them exercise and mental stimulation while you're gone.

I would also groom the one who can't do it himself every evening to maybe give him the stimulation and feeling he has been groomed. I am a pet groomer and love kong brand zoom grooms, they're a little rubber brush like a curry comb used on horses, they feel like a massage to the dog/cat.
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:04 PM   #3
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First let me say your babies are beautiful. Second is Rajah a nervous baby? I ask because my mother had a cat named Prissy who would groom EVERYTHING. People, other cats, walls, floor, herself you name it nonstop whenever she was upset. Literally until whatever it was was running with kitty drool. We asked our vet and he said she may have a touch of OCD. I've personally had great success with the cat pheromone diffusers with our nervous cats and mom said it helped Prissy too.
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