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Bath Sack: Spoiled Sweet or Spoiled Rotten?

For those brave souls that want to bathe kitty on their own (and whose cats don't love water), this is the item for you! Here is where I will (grudgingly) admit that I saw their other product, the Cat Sack, on an episode of Girls Next Door when the groomer put the straightjacket-esque item on Bridget's grouchy Gizmo to brush his teeth.

While that item is best used by professionals, the Bath Sack can be purchased for your very own, in home use. There is no guarantee of what happens once kitty comes out of the sack . . . and also none that you will ever be able to get her into it a second time. So would you spring for the cash to try this yourself (about $20), shell out the dough and bring your pet to a professional, or assume kitty is clean enough on her own?

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