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Wow! I never would have thought of that!
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!
The only one that I can see with toxins is hydro peroxide. Baking soda is used in food and dish soap washes dishes.
From several pet websites: "Ingestion of large amounts of baking soda or baking powder can lead to electrolyte abnormalities (low potassium, low calcium and/or high sodium), congestive heart failure or muscle spasms." kidney failure is also a concern
I did not know that, I do not have a pet. Well then, the simple tomato juice that I said first is the other option - unless that has toxins for cats(?)
No worries - actually it is good you & others brought this up, so it can be corrected - I wrote 1800petmeds and asked them to do so. Thanks!
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.
I have one cat that loves the pool, and two cats that fear water, one to such an extent its remarkable. The one who got sprayed is the middle of the extremes, hes just skiddish. Luckily the smell has mostly disapated.
A very few breeds (like Turkish Van's) love water, as do some individuals ( I have one) I have a theory that cats are either wharf descended ( fish lovers) or dairy descended (they love dairy) My fish lovers are much more inclined to play in water.
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