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I had to bathe our new arrival earlier this week. She came to me infested with fleas, which I took care of with medication and a flea comb, but still had to bathe her because she stank and had flea poop all over.

I bought a flea shampoo to use on her, but at the last minute decided against using it because I didn't like the way it felt and didn't want to over-medicate her.

So I ended up using my own shampoo (which the vet had previously said would be okay). I had only used that shampoo once myself, so I wasn't really used to the smell yet. Now that smell became "Amy's smell." Since then, every time my hair is newly washed and I take it down, I think she's nearby because I can smell "her," but really, it's just my hair...
 

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Liz (my first cat) smells great just naturally, but Amy (new cat) needed help from my shampoo. Now they both smell good. Hopefully once Amy has been on a proper diet for a while, she'll start to smell as good as Liz on her own.
 
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