RESPECT The- Star!
|Purred: Sat Mar 3, '12 3:34pm PST |
|I never heard of gravol, unless its know, by another name. One should really not be giving any over the counter anything, without checking with their vet, unless, they know what they are doing. When was the last time, the kitty was at the vets? If not recently, he could possibly have heart issues. Meds given to a normal kitty, could kill a heart kitty. My overly pickey opinion, mol.
The kitty looks like he is ragdoll, or has alot of ragdoll in him. Their coats are very long, and very thick. The owner is going to have, to commit, to combing him out, daily. If she isn't, he is just going to suffer, with mats. She needs to either do this, or find him a home, that will comb him out.
Walk up to her, pull her hair hard. When she says ow, tell her, thats exactly what it feels like to him, when he has mats, only its constant.
Its not up to you, to shave him all the time, its her cat, its her responsibility, to take care of him, and being that he is long haired, he needs to be combed out, not brushed.
Glad you are trying to help her, hope she listens, irks the heckola out of me, mol, when people get long haired kitties, then don't want to comb them out, to prevent matts. Mine don't have mats, they cannot have them, they are show kitties, they get combed out every day, they can't show up, at a show, with a lion cut, or huge chunks cut out of their fur, mol, mol, mol.