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Chock, can you please remind me of the name of the cat toothpaste?

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RubbishMantra Sun 31-May-15 16:24:06

Just that really. smile

Wrote it down, then forgot where I'd put the bit of paper.

Thank you!

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 31-May-15 16:58:49

I was thinking about this just this morning.

chockbic Sun 31-May-15 17:00:27

Logic toothpaste smile

RubbishMantra Tue 02-Jun-15 11:03:38

Thank you! smile

shaska Tue 02-Jun-15 11:29:39

CAT toothpaste?

Tell me more. Does one use it with a regular colgate brush? Or Oral-B if that's your thing. Do you have a special head for the family electric?

Joking aside, the lamb's got some tartar that needs to be scraped off under GA, which is fine but if there's a maintenance option we can do at home to minimise the chances of this becoming a regular thing that would be grand. Is this that thing?

Also: am I imagining correctly that brushing a cats teeth isn't exactly going to be a warm fuzzy bonding experience for everyone?

chockbic Tue 02-Jun-15 11:42:48

I use the other half's toothbrush grin

There is a rubber brush piece you can use, if feeling brave enough. Else you just squeeze a bit out on a paw or wherever it ends up. In their greed, it gets lapped up smile

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 06-Jun-15 10:48:00

Well he's not keen on it but doesn't seem too upset. I smeared 1cm on his paws and he sat down with his paws tucked under him so my dressing gown got that dose so I smeared another dose around his mouth on the outside.

He took exception to that but needs must. I'll do it at night so it's got all night to work with no food.

chockbic Sat 06-Jun-15 11:20:05

They don't always notice it's on their paws or wherever. Kind of like when you drop a tidbit right in front of them. I'm guessing the smell gradually wafts up.

Hope it works for him brew

SoupDragon Sat 06-Jun-15 11:23:03

Holy crap! I need gauntlets and full body armour to even put Advocat on FatCat. I can't imagine trying to clean his teeth...

chockbic Sat 06-Jun-15 11:25:57

Blimey, no, me either. Don't want a Bengal at full pelt.

You can put it on their paw or shoulder. Or they lick it off the floor grin

SoupDragon Sat 06-Jun-15 11:29:54

Well, I just got the Advocat out. SoupDogg came over all keen and expectant, wagging his tail and looking adorable, FatCat went from fast asleep in the sun to 100 MPH through the catflap in the blink of an eye. I don't fancy my chances of getting toothpaste anywhere near him, let alone on him. smile

chockbic Sat 06-Jun-15 11:33:22

You could put some in his dish.

They do get wise to us messing with them.

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