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My cat got sprayed by a skunk! Someone help me figure out how to make him stop smelling. Ideas?


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    acorniv 3 years ago

    Because cats take in toxins thorugh their skin more readily than humans or most other animals, I would caution against using these substances. They could make your cat very sick!


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    IndependentMind 3 years ago

    That's funny. I had a couple of cats that loved taking a bath and would jump into the tub with who ever was taking a bath. It led to some comical situations, i must say.


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    acorniv 3 years ago

    I like 1800petmeds. I use them, but this advice is neither sound nor safe, especially with a cat with compromised kidneys or a heart condition. Sodium sets off an electrolyte imbalance and HP (bleach) is used to induce vomiting after poisoning

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