Thursday, 27 July 2017

A LOVELY BLEACHY CLOTH


I don't know what it is about the smell of bleach but all of the cats seem to love it.


Here's Polly blissfully hanging on to the cloth that has just been bleached.
No doubt after she has finished with it the others will all take their turn to have a good sniff and roll on it.

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  1. I had an estate agent viewing my home and he told me (quite rudely) my bathroom smelled like a swimming pool I said it was far better than the alternative (sh*t) cheeky blighter!

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  2. I quite like the smell of bleach but better still is the smell of Dettol, yummy, lol

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  3. I don't really care for the smell of bleach and if its really strong it sends me in to a coughing fit

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  4. I did not know cats like bleach. love the photo

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  5. You are right better bleach than the alternative.

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  6. Oh no! We just bleached the floor to keep Sunny from peeing on it. I guess he will really love it now!

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  7. had no idea cats liked bleach must check with my daughters and see if there cats like it. Love your floor so colourful is it a lino type?

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    1. Hi Margaret, yes its lino. We have had people ask if it was laid in pieces like a giant jigsaw. lol

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  8. Yes, it's 'chemical cat nip' to cats, but totally hazardous too, so NEVER leave free access to cats when it's being used as it would harm/kill them if drank or ingested (pure bleach licked off paws/fur). Apparently anti-freeze has the same attraction, and is just as toxic so needs to kept away from our furry friends - cats and dogs - as it is LETHAL to both, even in very small doses. Just like drugs for humans, these chemicals might get them going, but don't be fooled into thinking it's harmless recreational fun. Having said that, an old cloth that just smells of bleach is probably safe, but I wouldn't encourage my cats' interest, in case they wanted to up the dose.

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  9. Hmm, I'm thinking it's probably not too good for them. Jingles goes crazy when she smells dates, raisins, avocado and coconut oil. :)

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  10. I've not noticed that my cats are interested in the smell of bleach. But then, not being much of a cleaner, I don't use it often.
    The worst thing that one of our cats, Sophie (very sweet and lady-like), used to go crazy over was dirty underwear. No accounting for that. My son's one cat likes dirty socks. Neither of those articles smell like catnip or bleach...

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    1. Hi Pat, I notice that ours like to smell our feet and I love the 'Lion Mouth' that they have when they walk away, you know, that half open mouth. lol
      Hope you are all okay, Penny has just taken us out for a coffee and we had to get a shoe horn to get Tom out of the back seat, lol. No strength....
      We're just a couple of crocks, lol
      Briony
      x

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    1. Got to have a rethink after reading one of the comments, seems its not good for them.
      Briony
      x

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  12. My cats can see and smell anything new in a room.

    Love the puzzle floor.

    Hope you have a great weekend.

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  13. When I have put bleach in the toilet I find Heidi lying on top of the lid. I don't particularly like the smell but I struggle to keep the limescale at bay.

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  14. How funny. Wonder if it will bleach her fur?! I love your floor, BTW.

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  15. I don't really care for the smell of bleach and if its really strong it sends me in to a coughing fit


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