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Best Answer Minhal Jafar says
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Bathing!? Haha! I will give it a try though. Special food is out because we have 4 cats. Giving Duke (dog that had Vertigo) chicken and rice and tried to give them some chicken too they would not eat it. I don't know why. Thx
If he hasn't grown up being bathed, he will throw a wall-eyed fit. Clip his claws first. Cat dander might be his problem, so try the Dawn and see if cleansing off the dander helps. Good luck!
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Nicole Nichols-Sm says
I did not see this comment on my notifications, but yes I will try that.
No fleas here. I don't trust any vet around here. He has had the for a long time. I need natural OTC stuff, not another Vet bill. Sorry if that is harsh but it is the truth.
I found some cortizone spray in the cat isle at the pet store. That works for the most part. He just likes for me to scratch his back about once a week and that seems to help.