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  • Mcm Mana Nak Mandikan Kucing dgn betul?

    Hallo...

    aku ni kira baru ngan kucing2 ni....
    camner nk mandikan die...sbb kucing aku ni takut air dowh...
    abih tercakar2.....kene air jer mengelupo....caner nk mandikan die..???
    guna air suam ke...?selalu pun aku mandikan gune air biasa takder suam2...
    lolz bagi lah tips sikit sape yg otai2 tu.... plz plz plz huhuhu kucing aku lame dah tak mandi...b4 ni hantar kedai jer... skang dah mls...



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    1. Wear appropriate clothing. Not only is it important to wash your cat but it is important to be safe from any possible scratches, major or minor. A jumper or a long-sleeved shirt must be worn so that your cat has no bare skin to scratch on, but it is still a good idea to wear clothes that aren't too new.
    2. Get at least two people involved in the washing of your cat, especially when your cat is rather strong and can kick its way out of your hands. One person must hold both arms and legs and a good idea would be to hold the cats jaw so it can't open its mouth and bite you. Hold your cat firmly so it cannot wriggle out from your grip.
    3. Decide whether your cat really needs a bath. There may be other ways, such as brushing the cat, combing or even just rubbing down with a cloth.
    4. Trim all nails before even attempting to wash a cat - it will reduce scratching.
    5. Put a rubber mat in the tub or use a towel. Fill the tub no more than 4-5 inches high (depends on the size of the cat or kitten you are washing) with warm water.
    6. Have shampoo and a small wash cloth ready. You also might want to have a helper - one to hold the cat, one to wash. Have two towels that you will dry your cat with ready as well.
    7. Comb the fur thoroughly before you put the cat in the water, especially if the cat's a long-haired breed. If any knots are present, it will be next to impossible to remove them once the fur is wet.
    8. Talk quietly around your cat and keep a good grip on the neck or shoulders. Sometimes cats will try to get out of the tub. If they prefer to only have two of their feet in the water, face them towards the back of the tub and let them stand on two feet.
    9. Choose an appropriate shampoo for the job. Check with your veterinarian to select the shampoo best suited to your cat's condition. Human shampoos are not pH adjusted to cat's skin and medicated shampoos may be too harsh or toxic. If your cat has fleas, use flea shampoo (made specifically for cats).
    10. Soak the cat from the neck down, using the wash cloth. Use a little bit of shampoo and with the water, wash your cat from the neck, body, legs, belly and tail. Be sure to not get shampoo in their eyes, nose, mouth, or ears.
    11. Rinse thoroughly after shampooing, and then rinse two more times; you want all the soap out of the coat.
    12. Have two towels ready for drying. Drain the water from around the cat and press as much water out of the coat before you wrap in the towel. Rub gently with one towel. The first towel will get pretty soaked, so you should switch to the drier one and finish drying until the cat is just damp. It helps if you warm the towels in the dryer first.
    13. Finish the drying:
      • Short-haired cats can finish drying themselves in the bathroom as long as they're away from drafts.
      • For long-haired cats, you will have to use a comb and some more towels. Long hairs will become matted more easily when their fur is wet and it can help to comb them as they dry.
    Alternate Shower Techniques
    1. Recognize that it may be helpful to wash your cat in a shower stall (if you have one with a door, not curtain). The cat is essentially trapped in the shower without you having to hold on. Make sure the cat has good traction (a small towel in the bathtub will help if you have no rubber mat) or you will have a panic-stricken cat that is likely to seek safety in height by trying to climb you like a tree.
    2. Buy a hose adapter for your bathroom sink (try a water-bed store) and a hose long enough to reach over the shower door and back down to the shower floor. Or, get a hand held spray shower and a Y-adapter to connect it to your regular shower head.
    3. Hose your cat down, lather up, hose down to rinse, then proceed with drying. Some cats seem to actually enjoy the massage settings on hand held showers, especially on the back of the neck and down the ridge of the back.
    4. Some cats can be unnerved by running water. Try to run a bath when they are distracted and make sure to set aside rinse water in separate refilled containers. This tends to cut down on the scratching, also.
    5. Use separate bathing stations even with cats that have never been bathed before. Have a couple buckets filled with warm water. Dip the cat in and using a wash cloth make sure the cat is entirely wet, then soap the cat down. Next, put the cat in another bucket to rinse until soap is gone. Make sure to use warm enough water and to dry thoroughly. Cats are prone to pneumonia, bronchitis and other breathing problems associated with temperature changes.
    Alternate Dry Shampoo Option
    1. Dust the cat with cornstarch. Gently pet the cat to thoroughly rub the cornstarch into its fur. Let the cat clean itself with its normal grooming routine. This technique is far less traumatic than using water, and works especially well if the cat is greasy, however, use it for non-toxic dirt only. Do not use this technique if the cat has gotten into something poisonous.
    Tips
    • Your cat has its own personality. While these are all good suggestions, be aware of your cat's reactions, and be prepared to adjust tactics accordingly.
    • Try giving your cat a treat after the bath; it might improve the tension for future baths!
    • The younger you start bathing your cat, the easier it will be as the cat will become familiar with it as part of its routine.
    • Brave souls may find it easier to put on old clothing and sit in the tub holding the cat (however the cat typically likes to be held) and letting someone else actually bathe the cat.
    • When you have more time, run a very shallow warm bath (only a cm deep or so to begin with). Pet the cat, and give it a treat if it is food oriented. Continue at this depth until the cat does not panic and try to escape. Repeat daily, until the cat treats it as part of a routine, gradually increasing the depth until it is accepting standing in 4-5 ins of water. As a final step, have someone else reassure the cat whilst you use your hand to gently make waves in the water. This can take a week, or months depending on the cat, but it is worth the perseverence to know that you can safely bathe your pet when necessary.
    • If all else fails, take your cat to a reputable, professional pet groomer (i.e. PetSmart, PetCo) or a vet for their washing. They will be able to use techniques to keep the cat calm.
    • Some cats will do better in an empty tub (or sink) with water being poured on rather then being put into a tub with water already in it.
    • If you are giving your cat a flea bath, wet the area around its neck first. Fleas will try to escape to the dry areas of the cat, which can mean a mass exodus of fleas to the head and face while you are bathing. A wet neck will keep them off the head, and in contact with the water and flea shampoo.
    • You may find it helpful, if you have a cat that is very attached to you and is not scratching but is just scared, to simply take a shower with your animal. Wear a heavy sweatshirt and allow the cat to sit on your chest. The cat will most likely bury its face in your neck and feel calmed. Wash and rinse your cat as normal.
    • Another idea is to place your cat and water in a small plastic dishwashing tub (about 12x18 in.) and stand over it. This way, you can more easily control the cat, and it is harder for it to escape. I've found that never letting my cat escape on its own, and only letting it go when I am done has helped it be calm and cooperative during baths. It also helps to make bath time quick and gentle.
    • An oven rack can be used to give the cat something to hold onto. This reduces the chance of you being scratched and makes the cat feel better.
    • If you have a litter box in the same room as you are bathing the cat, remove it! Sometimes after the cat is put in the bath and it happens to escape it may go to the litter box and soon your floor will be covered in litter!
    Warnings
    • Make sure the outside air temperature is over 70 degrees and at low humidity. Bathed cats can, and will, contract pneumonia, as they are easily chilled. Keep bathed cat indoors in warm family room for 12 hours if weather won't cooperate.
    • Watch out for cat claws if you decide to bathe your cat. Wearing a thick, long-sleeved sweater is one way to avoid getting scratched badly while bathing your cat. Be patient and gentle; it is natural for cats to fight the water because it simply doesn't feel right.
    • If you don't know how to properly hold a cat by the scruff, don't do it. Your cat may choke.
    • Don't put shampoo on their head. It could get in their eyes.
    • Be aware that you shouldn't bathe your cat frequently, this technique is just in case your pet is really dirty.
    • Although some cats may accept the bath without great complaints, they may get nervous or angry or too scared when you try to dry them. Be careful during this last phase-- shut the door of the bathroom or the cat will run away all wet, keep it calm or it will urinate, creating a big mess.
    • If you find your cat objects too much to a bath by hissing at you and trying to escape, then forget the bath. Use a wet washcloth instead. It removes the outer dirt, and cleans well. At your local pet store, you can find treated cloths that need no water to be used to groom the cat. They even have a pleasant scent.
    • Cats absorb chemicals through their skin, so they must be very well rinsed. Rinse until you see only clear water running off the cat.
    • Make sure to use specially formulated shampoo for cats. Your hair is different from that of your cat, and your shampoo will only irritate your cat's skin.
    • Do not use flea shampoos for dogs on your cat. They may contain ingredients that are harmful to your cat. Be sure to read the label on all products, and be aware that some flea products formulated for cats may still cause a reaction.
    • Do not bathe your pet any more than once every two weeks. Excessive bathing may remove protective oils from its fur, making it appear dull, and reducing the fur's natural efficiency against the elements.
    • Never use sinks that are freestanding because your cat might jump and slip from being wet and hurt itself.
    • Never get soap in your cat's eyes. As a safeguard, put 1 to 2 drops of eye lubricant into each eye just before bathing. You can use any human labelled eye drops that are indicated as a non-medicated occular lubricant, often used for dry eye syndrome. They are available as over the counter (OTC) products at most drug stores. Examples include Tears Natural II drops or as a gel (Genteal).
    • Similarly, do not get soapy water into your cat's ears. To minimize the risk of creating an ear infection (otitis externa), put a pledget of cotton in each ear. Don't forget to take them out at the end of the bath. The cotton may also reduce the noise and make your job easier. At the very least your cat may be pre-occupied with the cotton in its ears and remain distracted. If your cats ears are particularly filthy, gently wipe the insides with a warm, damp wash cloth with no soap. Cat's ears contain protective waxes and oils that should not be removed.
    • Listen for sounds of unhappiness. These sounds include hissing, growling, breathing hard, sneezing, crying, and mewing.
    • Avoid using a blow dryer on a short-haired cat or kitten as it may burn them and/or cause more trauma. Short-haired cats can bathe themselves dry.
    • Never force your cat's head under the water! To wash their head and face, use a wash cloth.
    Source:WikiHow.org

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    • #3
      panjangnya info ,tok batin.bkn kucing ko yng takut air,suma kucing rumah takut air.gini cara aku.genggam 2 kaki dpn,kasi blasah cuci.lpas 2 kasi lpas.
      >>>

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      • #4
        ko lap dgn kain basah je..lg senang..
        bubuh syampoo sket bg wangi..:D

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        • #5
          salam

          rendamkan aje dalam kolam air panas::::

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          • #6
            nana kau nk wat kucing rebus ke?
            life is either a daring adventure or nothing.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nana9284 View Post
              rendamkan aje dalam kolam air panas::::

              tue membunuh name nye..
              tak ker mengelupor
              kucing tue....
              KEEP THE BLUE FLAG FLYING HIGH ! BLUE.BLOOD.DIE !

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              • #8
                kucing aku xnk mandi....nk wat cmna??


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                • #9
                  nak lagi senang,anta car wash ler..hahahaha:gelak guling:

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                  • #10
                    tutup mata dia....
                    lpas tu masukkan dalam besen berair plan2...
                    pegang jg lepas...
                    kalu agak2 nk lepas...
                    jgn lupa bsedia nk lari...
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                    • #11
                      kalo kucen aku jatuh longkang baru mandi.. kalo x... x yah.. bior die mandikan dirinya sndiri... susah2 aje... :)):)):))
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                      • #12
                        sy biasa mandi kan kucing ni ngan air suam...
                        xde lak kucing ni mengamuk..hehehhe
                        every wek kucing ni pasti kene mandi

                        Kebahagiaan itu diibaratkan seperti sebatang pohon yang rendang, tempat tumbuhnya adalah jiwa dan perasaan kemanusiaan, ketakwaan kepada Allah adalah merupakan air, udara dan cahaya yang membantu pertumbuhannya


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                        • #13
                          Selalunye my cats dapat sense if I wanna bath them, usually ikut turn tp kalo mandikan diorang basahnye mcm basuh rumah .. pintu blk air kena tutup .. nnti siap la 2 ekor tu b'lakon mengeow suara sedih2 nnti yg sekor tgu kat luar pun mengew jwp blk tp nada nyaring2 cam nk nangis .. kaki b'lakon bile dapat je kuar bilik air trus wat bodo ..
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                          • #14
                            klu mandikan kucing dr kecil mgkin senang sbb dia dah biasa...kucing aku dulu masa mandikn dia, dia diam jer sbb dah tahu 2 mggu sekali mesti kena mandi...hehe...apa kata yg x biasa tu mula2 siram dia skit2 dulu, cam mandikn baby tu, lap kepala dulu, badan, bubuh sabun & gosok2 perlahan...tapi jgn ler slow sgt, wat cpt2 skit...klu trus simbah dgn air mmg ler kucing tu t'kejut...silap hrbln muka tu kena cakar...try ler...slmt beramal...:D

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                            • #15
                              ajar la kucing ko berenang....campak je kat swimming pool.....hehhee

                              kucing mmg takut air la....kucing aku pun ssh nk mandi kan...
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                              bermula lah sesuatu perbuataan dengan bismillah
                              disudahi dengan alhamdulillah

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