What do i do my cats covered surrounded by chip tub grease?
cats jumped up onto the cooker, and knocked the chip pan onto herself, shes covered contained by oil, ive showered her but its still on her,,, help
I'm afraid drastic measures may be in order. It may be necessary to shave and later wash the skin. If this doesn't sound like something you can do (I wouldn't know how to on my cats) and yu don't know any cat groomers then speak to your vet, the vet or vet nurse will be happy to help and whether necessary they have sedetives to help things along.
Seriously though, I'd ask a vet or ring cats protection folk/RSPCA, they will have an answer.
Put washing up liquid on her, i.e. designed to get through the oil on stuff, but dont put a lot on her at a time!
hope this help x
youre gonna own to soap him up in the bath. good luck near that one, you'll be attacked! lol
In adjectives seriousness though; you should buy some proper cat shampoo. It'll take a while to wash out (and the cat won't exactly "enjoy" it) but it should hopefully help out. It's important you wash it ALL out because you don't want your cat licking it; even if it IS made for cats!
Also; don't hip bath your cat too often as this will make the skin produce even more oil!
I've have a similar problems with my cat. She gets oil on herself from below cars. I wash off as much as much as I can, then the black fleck left just gradually fade away. By the way - she's all white! Lol! So you can see in your mind`s eye the trouble she has with stains! XD
Lol! I hope that helped and GOOD LUCK!
P.S. Don't use Fairy Liquid! Common sense, family! XD
about 15 minutes or until golden brown should do
Don't put washing up liquid on her, it will irritate her skin more.
Take the direction, contact the RSPCA, they may refer you to a detergent that will remove it rather than one which will make it worse.
Bring her to a groomer
the individual answer is
you're going to have to bath the cat
as much as they hate it haha
travel to the pet shop and buy a cat shampoo
don't worry, they do stock it in most stores.
don't use too much on your cat
and make certain you towel dry it afterwards,
and then blowdry your cat for a few minutes
hope this helped (YN) x
lighter,come here kitty...BANG!