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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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CanadianInVA CanadianInVA 8 years
Yeah, i don't think it is about being spoiled. It is about me not getting scratched to death while trying to bath kitties.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
voted other- I don't think it's a matter of spoiled or not but of owner skin/eye protection and preventing wet cat escape by using the cat sack. My only fear is further freaking out my girls by putting them in a sack. I'd try this at home at least once on both girls. But I find that simply taking things slowly, putting a towel in the bottom of the tub (so the don't slip) and speaking to them while I bathe them seems to calm them down enough that the can be gently washed with minimal trauma to either party. They like to be swaddled after a bath. I suspect not during.
TAS29 TAS29 8 years
usually it takes two people to give the cats in our house a bath, maybe with this it can be done by one. i also agree with the medication comment- this could be real helpful.
Rhiannon Rhiannon 8 years
While I don't think it is necessary to bathe your cat. This would be really helpful when you have to give your cat medication. When my cat was sick last year my husband and I had to wrestle her into a towel in order to medicate her, without being clawed. This would make it much easier.
LoLa-The-Great LoLa-The-Great 8 years
Finally, maybe this will help me from getting scratched all over from my kitty cat....
LoLa-The-Great LoLa-The-Great 8 years
Finally, maybe this will help me from getting scratched all over from my kitty cat....
LoLa-The-Great LoLa-The-Great 8 years
Finally, maybe this will help me from getting scratched all over from my kitty cat....
insanitypepper insanitypepper 8 years
I don't even know what to think about this. How do you get a cat into a bag in the first place?
Mercedes406 Mercedes406 8 years
My husband bathed his cat for the first time last year and he would definitely appreciate this instead of having to layer and wear protective gear.
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
Honestly, I think if you need to use this to bathe your cat, your cat doesn't need to be bathed. My cats get regular baths because their breed requires it, but they've been getting them since they were kittens so they're used to it. I suppose it'd be good to have around for emergencies if your kitty is prone to wildness.
Knight-Who-Says-Ni Knight-Who-Says-Ni 8 years
I don't see this as having anything to do with being spoiled! I can't imagine cats liking it at all!
wren1 wren1 8 years
Yeah, I could see this working once or twice, until they catch on.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
While my kitties don't exactly LOVE getting bathed, they're certainly curious about water and have no problems whatsoever getting wet. They're pretty good about baths and would definitely roll their eyes at this! And then claw me to death...
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
So cute :)
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