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..... static cling!!

Its my first time having a ...well... i think shes long hair..might be medium, but i think shell be a long hair when shes all grown up. But anyway..ive never had a staticy kitty befor, so i dont know how to deal with this. I have a humidifier going, and that does help some.. she doesnt give/get shocks from two inches away *zap*... as much, but her coat is still really staticy. Any sugestions on how to control this or ellimenate it?


any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
 

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I've been zapping both of my shorthaired cats :lol: I run a humidifier and do everything I can to make it go away, but to no avail. I know this sounds silly, but "ground" one hand while you pet with the other. It's not perfect, but it helps.
 

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I don't know how safe this is for cats (the perfumes might aggravate their skin)... but when my hair is full of static in the winter, I take a dryer sheet and use it to lightly scrunch my hair. It works!
 
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