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Scared Cat Doesn't Want To Take a Bath

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  • 9 Apr, 2013  |
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№1 Author: rusboris (10 Apr 2013 01:54) Total user comments: 458


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This is just mental abuse of the poor cat. He's obviously scared and cats clean themselves just fine. Dumb owners just out to get a laugh at the expense of the cat's nerves
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№2 Author: snaf (10 Apr 2013 02:48) Total user comments: 56


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Mental abuse?? strong words for just a bath.. Its just complaining, it's not like the cat had a panik attack
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (10 Apr 2013 03:35) Total user comments: 5518


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That's the price you pay for free room and board.
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№4 Author: Shalaba (10 Apr 2013 13:22) Total user comments: 381


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yeah, I wanted to say the same - cats do clean themselves! no need to put them in the water.. well unless cat was bathing in a mud, which I don't think was the case..
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№5 Author: Lilly (10 Apr 2013 17:11) Total user comments: 0


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I bath my cats, thank god they like it but i would do it even if they didnt because they go outside, don't clean themselves well enough and then sleep on my bed, my couch, on top of me......the cat is scared for sure but theories of animal behavior state that 'habituation'- repeated exposure to a stimuli (in this case water) desensitizes and animal to that stimuli and reduces the severity of their response to it. You shouldn't do the exercises back to back but over a period of time. I work as a behavior therapist and we have to do the same with autistic kids that we work with. Seems unethical to expose them to adverse stimuli like the sound of vacuum cleaners or dishwashers so their mothers can finally clean the house without the world crashing down but it really works.
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