Bathing Long Haired & Curly Haired Cats

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Video Transcript

Ah! The show ones, I will start them off about seven weeks and then once you do it, you do it every week for the show kitties, so I would do your pet kitten; I would start him off right at eight weeks so that they can get used to that you know. The older they are on anything; first time is harder the older they get. And then just up to you once a month, every six months. Some cats just aren’t dirty, but they get oily like this one and a lot of people think they are allergic to the cat and it is really; some people are I have seen that but mostly it is because the cat is not clean. You know and when the hair gets on you, like one little hair you usually cannot see it. You know it is on there and you are doing this but if you got a dirty cat and dirty litter or dusty litter that triggers a lot of allergies off. And I can’t do a dirty cat. You know at a grooming shop I am always going like that.


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