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You know those scent sprays they use in dog grooming parlours..

(5 Posts)
BertrandRussell Thu 18-Jul-19 08:02:27

...is there a cat equivalent?

My old cat is very fit and well for 17, but he has started to smell. Not of cat, or pee or anything. Just an unpleasant musty sort of smell. A bit like washing that’s dried too slowly.The vet says there’s nothing wrong with him-it’s just one of those things. And he still grooms himself. If there’s a product I could use that wouldn’t bother him but would mask the smell a bit it would make our lives a bit better!

Toddlerteaplease Thu 18-Jul-19 08:44:55

I bought Pet head dry shampoo when Cheddar arrived as she was a bit 'fragrant' it did the trick. Think she smelled of strawberry lemonade or something!

BertrandRussell Thu 18-Jul-19 09:46:29

Thank you. Hope the other cats don’t tease him- he’s already lost his Best Ratter crown to a young whippersnapper up the road....

Toddlerteaplease Thu 18-Jul-19 11:44:49

Oh dear. Poor boy.

stormsurfer Thu 18-Jul-19 11:53:20

Have you checked he doesn't have some kind of mouth or tooth infection? My cat stank when she had that.

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