Most cats can usually take care of that chore themselves but I would say start low & work your way up if you have to help out. Or maybe one cloth for the "little girl" parts and a different cloth for the "universal" parts. I would be careful to mix the two cause you don't want to spread any bacteria (or any other bad stuff). :-)
oh....I just love your simple to the 'point' explanation here furmom...gave me a good giggle for today, especially the 'universal' parts....lol
Its exactly that I was thinking about.
The only time I did was a long time ago and I did the way I could ( she was refusing/running) and she finished the work :-)
It was the only time she came with dry stool glued to all the fur around.I did not want her licking that,we didnt know what had caused the diarrea.
I was just a cat mom trainee by that time :-)
I will do better now,if need.
Apple- you crack me up!! Cat mom trainee!!! HAHAHAHA
I know, Apple's adorable, huh.
We Love you, Apple!!!
And if kitty has long hair with matted stool attached, you need a hardy assistant wearing body armor and strong suede gauntlets, to hold kitty (presenting him or her business end), and you have to get to work with some later-to-be-disposed-of scissors. This is not easy, as many kitties have skin that looks just the same color as their hair, and you REALLY have to be sure (if you value the life of your assistant) not to nick the tender skin.
Neither the cat nor the assistant will forgive you for a mistake there.
Annie,you're great! My time to laugh :-)
I love you all either,all girls and boy from MH Cats Community
Well,Lolo allowed me to do the stuff without the helper ( that I wont get,no way)and the scissors,mercifully.
Not even got a scratch!!!
I always wonder about ThaT CAT had been PREPARED to be my first...