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Old 05-03-2011, 07:09 AM   #16
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This is what it looks like when finished.
Reminds me of the old tease we had as kids, "If I looked like you, I'd paint a new face on my ass and walk backwards."

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Hmmmm. I remember that as "If my dog had a face like yours, I'd shave his butt and teach him to walk backwards."
Pretty much the same thing though, huh?

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i love my cat, but he could sure use a bath and probably a good coat of paint too. i will watch this thread for sure for the lastest news on the proper way to paint a cat.
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Old 05-03-2011, 07:40 AM   #19
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Hmmmm. I remember that as "If my dog had a face like yours, I'd shave his butt and teach him to walk backwards."
Pretty much the same thing though, huh?

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I've heard that one too, but I probably came from a tougher neighborhood. Like Rodney Dangerfield says, "The school I went to was so tough, after we sacked the quarterback, we went after his family."
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i love my cat, but he could sure use a bath and probably a good coat of paint too. i will watch this thread for sure for the lastest news on the proper way to paint a cat.
Wear falconer's gloves. Before modern flea control, flea shampoo baths were the highlight of ones life.
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Now that was a mouth full…
you got that right
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Wear falconer's gloves. Before modern flea control, flea shampoo baths were the highlight of ones life.

Been there, not fun, usually much blood was spilled and it was not the cats
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That toilet idea keeps sounding better and better.....
I DO have the small bathroom toilet plumbed to the hot water line too.... hmmmmmmmmm

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I must smell like catnip or something because cats attach themselves to me and just purr. I've tried to show them my cookbook draft, "Cat--the Real Cheap and Available Other White Meat That Tastes Like Chicken."

I actually did not mind them in my workspace if they promised me to stay off treacherous ladder steps. Cats, of course love climbing and the ladders and all we use in the profession are like dreams come true to them.

I get along with dogs too but 200 pounds of chocolate lab coming to say hello when you are holding a paint can lead to disastrous results, and moments you thank God your insurance and bonding is in place. And moments your crusty old mentors come to mind having taught you nice tarps and never paint out of a full can.

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And just how do you plan to get nice overall coverage and paint on the claws with the feet taped together? This is stupid advice.
Just pour paint in a tray and put it on the kitchen counter. They'll walk through it.
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I give up.... you are all nutsoid.....

"Heeeeeere kittykittykitty......"

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No.... camouflage..... hehehehehe

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All I can say is wash

And hang to dry

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