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There was an incident with Sasha the other day. She got pooed stucj to her bum so when I tried to wash her she freaked and ran into the litter box and rolled around. So I panicked and washed her with dish soap. BIG mistake. Her coat was all matted and dull so I went out today and bought some proper hypoallergenic cat shampoo. While I was at it I decided to try and bathe the rest of the girls(and dog while we were at it). Sasha did great. Sophie was ok but she kept trying to get out. Anna had a freak out, her heart was pounding so hard I thought she was going to have a heart attack (You can tell how much she hates it from the pics. :p) The good news is that I won't have to bathe them for a long long time. :p





 

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haha, love the pics! They are so not impressed! Your golden is beautiful, by the way - I bet she wasn't too peeved by the water?

I LOVE the view from your apartment, and I was tickled to see you're in Ontario! I'm in London, where abouts are you?
 

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haha, love the pics! They are so not impressed! Your golden is beautiful, by the way - I bet she wasn't too peeved by the water?

I LOVE the view from your apartment, and I was tickled to see you're in Ontario! I'm in London, where abouts are you?
They sooo weren't impressed! Lol the ragdoll didn't mind it too much cause she is an ex show cat so she's use to baths I guess. The golden loves water but baths not so much. Still easier than bathing a cat though! Lol

My sister lives in London. We live in Mississauga right now but just bought a townhouse by the lake in Stoney creek so they only have a month left of the view but the new place is larger and much nicer for them. I think you can see the lake from the second floor so I might have to put another cat tree up there for them. :)
 
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