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quote:Originally posted by bezoarYeah, but John, when I bathed my cats I always put the blow dryer on them and dried them, but they still hated the bath. And the noise of the dryer just added to the trauma, even though they didn't have to lick their hair into place. But I see some of the nature shows where some of the big game cats will go into the water after prey without hesitation. Wonder why some cats don't like water and others don't mind it?
quote:Originally posted by Tann Sanhehe ok so I'll get on the comfort zone bandwagon! I've come up with a new idea to get rid of the fleas. Im going to give the kitties some sleeping gas so I can give them a bath without the never ending struggle..ooo might use sleeping pills instead (well maybe half of a pill each). Then while their still conked out I'll go around and clean the house as best I can. gotta broom sweep the floors and then hoover and then spray layers and layers of flea spray everywhere.
quote:Originally posted by Tann Sanwell a week or two later and the fleas are still in control. Turns out the drop on the neck stuff is a repelant and not a killer so I got these pills that kill fleas. Gave each kitty twice the dosage which was kind of funny as they seem normal for about 10-20 minutes and then they go all ferrel when the fleas start moving crazily. Thought that would do it but I was wrong. Then got some ultra strong spray stuff. Totally bombed the house with it, done that several times now including last night. ug..fleas are gross, nibbling at me. I thought about taking the kitty repelant stuff myself but I can always smell it really strongly off my kittens, not from their neck but just all over, I think they sweat it out or it is slow released that way. I didnt really want to take something that acts like that as I have no idea what else it might do...I'll stop moaning about the fleas now as it looks like only a tactical nuke will clear things up now.
quote:Originally posted by DonnahSomething doesn't add up here. If the flea powder is safe for dogs, whose bodies are generally much smaller than ours, then why are people supposed to wear rubber gloves to protect us from absorbing it the way dogs do?That sounds like the amalgam issue. Amalgam in the dentist's office is handled by stringent guidelines for handling toxic material. Scrap amalgam is handled as toxic waste. So we are supposed to believe that the only place amalgam is "safely" stored is in our mouths??? Absurd.
quote:Originally posted by Brocahttp://www.holisticmed.com/dental/amalgam/http://www.algonet.se/~leif/AmFAQigr.htmlDonnah...how are ya....check those 2 sites out..it isn't safe in our mouths either.