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Cats owned: MOGGIE,SNOWSHOE CAT
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: NORTH WALES
Posts: 12
28-04-2010, 08:58 PM   #21

Re: Grubby "hocks"!


The lovely Lichen has white hocks too and seems to get rather grubby there. I have used the no-rinse PAH shampoo - the blue one (hairdressers use blue rinse to brighten white/grey hair) and then followed it up when dry with the sort of chalk block you use on white dogs. Seems to do the trick, Although make sure you brush out all the chalk if you are showing.

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Cats owned: domestic
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Ayrshire, Scotland
Posts: 259
15-05-2010, 01:09 PM   #22

Re: Grubby "hocks"!


My Bennys hocks are always filthy! His cheeks get manky as well. Think he rubs up against cars and gets a little oily! I rub him down with a damp towel which gets rid of some of it.



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