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I once had a few sheep and the sheep shearer cut off a nipple.

She reached into her tool kit and dabbed it with super glue.

(She's too fat for the classic rear leg to the sky posture, I think. I like having her itchy areas shaved, as it helps me keep an eye on the sores, and I think it makes here exfoliation baths easier. Fill one sink full with water at 102 to 105 degrees. Put the cat in the empty sink, rub on the cat shampoo first, then slowly pour a little water on her using a large plastic cup, dipping it from the other sink of warm water.

Control her head, and she will learn to tolerate it. If you need to wash the head, use a wet soapy cloth, and "lick" her with that.

Sorry for rambling just explaining...clippers did you end up getting & where? If your cat is that scared and bites during a shave, you should take him to a groomer at the vets.

I look online and prices are 0-290 and higher which I don't have. They can sedate the cat (kitty valium) and then you won't have to deal with any issues. :)Regarding "kitty valium", go to a vet and ask for a sedative. The pills are 10 mg each, but every animal has a different tolerance level.

He, on the other hand was QUITE unwilling to go under a second time in 2 days... Having seen shaved cats before I kind of knew what the usual trim looks like so basically I left the end of the paws intact. My cat looks similar to yours but 30pds mostly muscle but about 1/3 furrier.

Altough my cat loves to go out on the balcony he stays indoors most of the time.

At first I wanted to bring him to a pet store and have "pros" do it.

My wife helps, mainly applying shampoo when I tell her to.

After several "cup rinse baths", I put the cat directly into the sink full of warm water, slowly, and held her head.

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