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post #121 of 128

I know this is a bit late, but I think this is actually the ultimate solution:

http://www.catsforgold.com/

post #122 of 128
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Originally Posted by Rauch View Post

I know this is a bit late, but I think this is actually the ultimate solution:

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I'm pretty sure I'd be able to find the ultimate solution.

post #123 of 128

Get very sharp knife, large piece of plywood, large hammer, large nail

 

Drive said nail through cat into plywood then use said knife to skin said cat..post pictures on the net afterward

 

Cats suck...

post #124 of 128
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Originally Posted by muja2 View Post

Just logged back in after ages... (Winter is getting into full swing here in Finland and the perma snow should be on the ground soon).

 

 

 I take them off and I'm sure the funky cat smell is still there.

 

 

 




 

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Originally Posted by UGASkiDawg View Post

Get very sharp knife, large piece of plywood, large hammer, large nail

 

Drive said nail through cat into plywood then use said knife to skin said cat..post pictures on the net afterward

 

Cats suck...


Will this be the guaranteed way to get rid of the weird cat funk?

post #125 of 128

Anybody have any tips on getting the smell of garbage out of my boot liners? I know how to get cat pee out but the smell of garbage is second to cat pee. These are my Head S8 boot liner

post #126 of 128

New solution to an old problem...LOL

 

post #127 of 128
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post

All joking aside, you need to take you liners out! Sanitize and clean the shells thoroughly, but I'm assuming you're smart enough to have done that already. Use the stuff Ragin said, and then let us know if cat really does taste like chicken.

(sorry, couldn't keep it serious)


TC should know she has a dog that likes helmets. HAHAHAHA your cat related to Ziggy?
 

 

post #128 of 128
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New solution to an old problem...LOL

 

 

"He beat me - straight up.  Pay that man hees myuney." - cheshire cat

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