10 November 2006

Feline Friday: And Now, A Word from Our Sponsors

Teen cats, listen up: Are you bothered by annoying little bits of black material on your chin? Do they keep coming back no matter how frequently you lick? Do other cats shun you because of your dirty chin?

If you answered, "meow" to any of these questions, you may be suffering from feline acne. Feline acne is a common problem, especially on chins of cats with white or light-colored fur. Feline acne is caused by overactive oil glands, which are common in cats your age.

Teen cats, stop hiding in shame in the sock drawer! Come out of that grocery bag! With Stridex Medicated Pads, your feline acne will hit the litter box in no time. Stridex Medicated Pads will unclog your pores and clean areas you can't reach with your tongue or paws.

Sure, the pads are cold and smelly, and your human will have to hold you in a death grip during treatment, but a few moments of discomfort will be worth the reward of a squeeky clean chin. You'll never have to hide under a warm, fuzzy blanket in embarrassment again.

Stridex Medicated Pads: Scratching Out Feline Acne, One Cat at a Time.
Please check with your personal veterinarian before beginning any type of feline acne treatment.


elsa said...

Cute! What a sweet cat by the way. I want to get a cat but we just moved and I want to get us all settled and organized before I introduce a cat. Maybe in the spring.

Sharon said...

Janet, your brain is working overtime. How do you come up with these subjects. You really do need to think about writing a book.Lily could help.

Wife2TJ said...

Too cute. Yes my cat suffers from this as well and I have to use medicated wipes once in awhile. And yes, he hates me using them on him.

Sofia said...

You crack me up! LOL