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By coolcat10156 - / Wednesday 8 July 2015 07:04 / United States - Keller
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By  Enkeria  |  30

I'm sorry op. Maybe close the bathroom door next time? That almost happened to my dog. My sister wanted to experimenting on my dog after she did her legs but I was able to stop her. I hope your kitty fluffs out soon. :)

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By  Ajf92002  |  22

Awe the poor kitteh

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  Ajf92002  |  22

It's in my natural habitat ? Actually it's an inside joke.

By  bunnylady08  |  13

how much cream did you have to use? good lord...

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  jennlody  |  26

I remember having hair removal cream once and it said to only use a thin (1/8? in. maybe less) layer to remove hair. Then it has to be on the skin for 3-5 minutes before it makes even a noticeable difference.

By  Enkeria  |  30

I'm sorry op. Maybe close the bathroom door next time? That almost happened to my dog. My sister wanted to experimenting on my dog after she did her legs but I was able to stop her. I hope your kitty fluffs out soon. :)

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  CoGhostRider  |  31

I think that what she was trying to prevent...

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  JayGatsby  |  25

Something similar happened to me dog too. I was waxing and I threw all the wax sheets away in a plastic bag and left it in my bathroom to throw away in the morning. my dog got into it and got a used sheet of my wax stuck to her forehead. Long story short, I close my doors now and you should too OP (like #6 said :))

By  fabulousfiasco  |  12

For that to happen, you would have to really slather it on, and the cat would need to have it really slathered on as well. If it took your cat's hair off, you would have your FML be about the vet bill.

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  Mauskau  |  34

The cream dissolves part of the hair I think, so you don't actually have to use that much. I guess the cat is only missing a small amount of hair but OP exaggerated it.

By  4WheelBurnout  |  14

Sounds like a hairy situation

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