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Old November 22nd 03, 12:06 PM
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he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?

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Old November 22nd 03, 10:28 PM
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Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

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Old November 22nd 03, 10:28 PM
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Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

K.


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Old November 22nd 03, 10:28 PM
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Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

K.


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all owned by cats" -- Asimov

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Old November 22nd 03, 10:44 PM
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Katra composed with style:
Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

I thought of that, too. But the cut is on the neck so that might
irritate it. There was a picture of a soft e-collar somewhere on the
net but I didn't save it so I can't go back to it to see if that would
be a better solution. That does seem like something handy to have
around.


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Old November 22nd 03, 10:44 PM
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Katra composed with style:
Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

I thought of that, too. But the cut is on the neck so that might
irritate it. There was a picture of a soft e-collar somewhere on the
net but I didn't save it so I can't go back to it to see if that would
be a better solution. That does seem like something handy to have
around.


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Old November 22nd 03, 10:44 PM
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Katra composed with style:
Foxsrus1 wrote:

he reopens it....keeps washing it.
it's not a bad cut...slight one on the neck.
anyone ever put a bandaid on a cat's paw to keep from that?



Fit them with an Elizabethan collar for a few days. :-)

I thought of that, too. But the cut is on the neck so that might
irritate it. There was a picture of a soft e-collar somewhere on the
net but I didn't save it so I can't go back to it to see if that would
be a better solution. That does seem like something handy to have
around.


 




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