Post # 17
@wilfred: I was going to but got scared that I would hurt her! Human clippers are okay? Cool, didn’t really want to spend money on special ones. I figured their nails were thicker (odd assumption maybe?) so I didn’t think human clippers would work. I’ve already recruited Darling Husband to help. She’s quite vicious so I need backup!
I think I am going to get the Furminator and Laxatone. Thanks for all the good advice. I’be had cats my whole life but I never had to do the grooming!
Post # 18
@savealife: I get the clippers that look like a small pair of scissor with a hole in the blades. It seems the easier to maneuver and use to carefully cut and aim without getting into the quick. They are pretty cheap too– maybe 3-5 dollars a pair.
Post # 19
I bought the Drinkwell Platinum pet fountain for my cats. It’s supposed to be easier to clean and better designed than the original (although I’ve never used the original, so this is just from what I’ve read). The cats like it and have started drinking more water because if it. They also like the stream and will often drink that versus the water in the bowl part. If you get the platinum, it’s cheaper on Amazon than in stores.