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How to get burrs out of a cats fur? JessicaJoyce 3 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 30 posts
4th Apr '10

So my neighbour is moving and ditched her cat at the apartment. Poor little guy, I checked to see if she was taking him and she refuses to agree its even hers. So I took him in till I find him a forever home. But anywho the little guy is full of burrs (sp?) I cut some out and brushed some out buts its nasty. Just wondering if any oneknows a good way to get them out? Thanks

Holden's Mom 1 child; Arizona 6830 posts
4th Apr '10
Quoting JessicaJoyce:
xxmeluhkneexo Due December 28 (girl); 4 kids; Katy, TX, United States 3345 posts
4th Apr '10
Quoting JessicaJoyce:
JessicaJoyce 3 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 30 posts
4th Apr '10

I'll have to take a look for a nit comb at the store tomorrow and if that doesnt work I think I might take theclippers to him. Im sure he wouldnt mind looking funny for a bit. Must be better then those horrible burrs. Thanks yous :)

Lupin 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 10451 posts
4th Apr '10

Very very Carefully.
& Very Very slowly.




Probably have to clip/save 'em out in the end. I'ld go "Groomers" but you have to have proof of up to date shots.:? So probably vet. The Vet might be easier since if she get's stressed then can give them something to help relax 'em. But maybe a bath with Baby oil?

JessicaJoyce 3 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 30 posts
4th Apr '10
Quoting Lupin {CBGB}: