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June 25, 2009

How to brush your cat's teeth

Step one: Get cat
Step two: Purchase feline toothbrush and dentifrice.
Step three: Hold cat's head firmly and use toothbrush to gently coax mouth open.
Step four: Clean and bandage wounds.
Step five: Wrap cat in a large towel so that only it's head is expose.
Step six: Hold cat's head firmly and use toothbrush to gently coax mouth open.
Step seven: Clean and bandage wounds.
Step eight: Gently hit cat in head with a hammer.
Step nine: Clean and bandage wounds.
Step ten: Ignore ridiculous suggestion that you should brush your cat's teeth.

5 comments:

  1. I look forward to the 'how to give your rottweiler a suppository' entry.

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  2. I HAVE ALLERGIES WHEN IN THE COMPANY OF THE FELINE PERSUASION.
    ALSO,I SNEEZE WHEN CATS ARE AROUND.

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  3. I gave up on trying to groom my cats after they scratched to shreds the gloves I was wearing to protect myself while I bathed them.

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  4. Husbands: Rottweilers have teeth back there?

    Scarecrow: Most feline allergies are due to gingivitis so a good brushing would help.

    Liggy: Bathing cats is not very effective unless you shave them as well. Then it's just a matter of wiping them down.

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  5. LOL! That's not a bad idea (shaving them)...ah, but what's to cuddle if the fur is shaved down?

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