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20 November 2009

OMG Kitty Restraints! Note: Washington State University assumes no liability for injury to you or your pet incurred by following these descriptions or procedures. Highlight.
This will go well. . .
posted by danf 20 November | 12:05
Those look handy.
posted by Hugh Janus 20 November | 12:12
Oh my.
posted by Stewriffic 20 November | 12:14
Yeah, I'm guessing someone doesn't want their shoes anymore.
posted by sperose 20 November | 12:31
If I tried that with mine, they'd quickly overpower me and I'd end up bound and gagged like Marsellus Wallace.
posted by essexjan 20 November | 12:34
They tried that muzzle on my big mean cat while trimming his claws when he was a year or two old. It was AWFUL. He tried so hard to get it off that he ended up scratching his face bloody.
posted by mudpuppie 20 November | 12:47
omg, the highlighted one. urrrrrggggh.
posted by taz 20 November | 12:50
I am ever so grateful that my kittehs let me clip their claws and brush their teeth just in return for being comfy in my lap. My cats are sweeties. However, I just love that catbag. So handy for stuffing your kitty into your pocket in an emergency! note: I would never do that, actually. Our kitty firedrill involves the cat carriers and treats. Preparedness: it's my middle name!
posted by crush-onastick 20 November | 12:52
I am ever so grateful that my kittehs let me clip their claws and brush their teeth just in return for being comfy in my lap

*daydreams wistfully*

One of our cats (the little one) is the kind of cat that, when you show up with her at the vet's office, everyone who works there sighs deeply.
posted by BoringPostcards 20 November | 13:01
They either drugged the first cat or he's an extremely mellow kitty. Oliver, the wackjob, would love to be bundled into it; the others, not so much.
posted by deborah 20 November | 13:47
This reminds me of when I was in high school and one of our cats needed eye drops daily. It took two people and the cat wrapped in a towel to get him to hold still long enough to get drops in his eyes...if we were lucky.

After that we called him Houdini.
posted by miss-lapin 20 November | 14:39
BoPo: Poor vets!

My guys are totally softies. The big grey guy once became very very ill (he had a blocked urethra) and had to be boarded at the vet, anesthetized, with IVs and everything. Poor guy. When we finally were able to go get him, we saw in HUGE BLOCK LETTERS on his chart: CAUTION: CAN BE AGGRESSIVE! Which just made us laugh because when I take him to the vet, he won't come out of the carrier. When we finally manage to get him out of the carrier, he leaps off the table (usually) and hides between my legs. But I guess being catheterized would make anyone cranky.

The black kitty gets in trouble at the vet, cause he climbs things he shouldn't.
posted by crush-onastick 20 November | 15:46
Hah, we have a cat that would put up with being a cat restraint model. All of our 3 cats are intrigued by new boxes and bags left open around the house, and I could see being able to trick them into the body bags. Also, they seem to lose the will to live when burdened by costume pieces, though clipping their claws is not always an enjoyable activity.
posted by filthy light thief 20 November | 19:12
The safeword is "meow", right?
posted by maudlin 21 November | 11:45
Nooooooo!!! *sob* || Happy birthday pinky.p!