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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by PetloverJo, Jan 26, 2012.


  1. PetloverJo

    PetloverJo PetForums VIP

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    They have had their collars off 3 times now.:nonod::nonod::nonod:
     
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    Milly has got her Buster Collar off again.

    Did your girls keep them on after their spays?
     
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    my vet said to only use the collars if they bit the wound - they didnt :)
     
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    I saw one of them licking it, whilst collar was off, so I've put them back on.

    Nurse said they would be sleepy, I wish they were, because they've just jumped on the sofa now, tried keeping them in their carrier which is not small (the size of a medium dog crate) but they got stressed, wish they would stop running around. I'm gonna be grey by morning:huh:
     
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    how can you stop a kitten from running :confused: not bloody possible!

    but it means they are making a good recovery!

    may be dozier tomorrow
     
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    I hope so they STRESSING ME OUT, so frightened they were gonna hurt themselves, bloomin' play fighting now :nonod: :nonod: :nonod:
     
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    Is it tied on with a bit of bandage (this is better than a normal collar) because it need to be tight but loose enough to get two fingers under.
     
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    yes tied on with a bit of bandage.
     
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