February 28th 06, 01:28 AM
Hmmmm...good idea! How about baby wipes?
"Spot" > wrote in message
>I would keep a couple wet paper towels handy while at the computer. Once
>she's comfortable take one and give her a few good swipes. She might be
>miffed at you to start with but I'm sure she'll come back to your lap and
>if you do it enough times she'll eventually "tolerate" you.
> I have one like this and I have to catch him off guard and give him a good
> cleaning. He's gets ticked at me for a day or so but gets over it then.
> "J King" > wrote in message
>> She tolerates nothing!! But she does like lying on my lap while I'm at
>> the computer. Any suggestions as to what kind of food to try?
>> "Joe Canuck" > wrote in message
>>>J King wrote:
>>>> I took in a stray calico a few years ago. Very timid cat. She doesn't
>>>> have diarhea or anything but it just sticks to her fur. Sometimes she
>>>> has dry knobs stuck to it. She tends to smell bad. The problem is
>>>> that she goes ballistic whenever I try to cut them off. She also
>>>> doesn't let me cut her claws or comb her.
>>>> Any suggestions?
>>> If her stools tend to peel paint off the walls you might want to
>>> consider switching to a food that she will find more digestible.
>>> If the rear end mess is severe, you might want to consider a trip to the
>>> vet for a rear shave and cleanup.
>>> If not and she tolerates a bath, you may be able to clean things up with
>>> a soaking and very gentle scrub.