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How To Reduce Static Electricity On Your Cat
Family & Kids
Winter time can bring an unexpected annoyance to your feline friend. With the change in weather, cats are more prone to static electricity.
My poor cat used to sleep in a nylon cube that literally would light up with the amount of static electricity in his fur. We would pet him and he would get shocked and didn't want to be touched. Here are two quick tips to reduce static and make your cat happy happy happy again.
Dryer sheets - rub your cat down with a dryer sheet. He will enjoy the live session and it will reduce that amount of static in his fur. You can do this with his bed also.
Ionized water - no, don't spray him or dip them in it. Pour a little into your hand and give your cat a nice rubdown. He won't mind too much that your hand is damp.
Did you know that there is enough static electricity in 22 cats to start a car on a cold morning? Now you do!
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