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Simple Solution Disposable Dog Diapers, Extra Small, 12 CT
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- Simple Solution X-Small Disposable Dog Diapers are perfect for female and male dogs 4 lbs - 8 lbs
- Ideal for female dogs in heat, male and female dogs with urinary incontinence and excitable urination to absorb wetness and eliminate messes
- Each dog diaper features a comfort leg fit, repositionable fur-friendly fasteners, and a tail hole for tail-wagging comfort and a secure fit
- Simple Solution dog diapers have a breathable outer layer and leak-proof protection
- For extra added protection use with Simple Solution Disposable Liners
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Simple Solution Extra Small Disposable Dog Diapers (12 ct) fit male and female dogs 4 lbs - 8 lbs, and are ideal for female dogs in heat, dogs with urinary incontinence and excitable urination to absorb wetness and eliminate messes. Simple Solution dog diapers feature a comfort leg fit, repositionable fur-friendly fasteners, and a tail hole for tail-wagging comfort, a secure fit, and leak-proof protection. Works great for puppies, adult, and senior dogs.
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Given that the #1 one reason cats are taken to the shelter is litter box abandonment, this is a way to keep an older companion and yourself both happy.
Here's the background...
I have a 19 year old kitty who is the love of my life (I know, can you say "cat lady?") and he recently became completely blind. :( While he doesn't suffer from incontinence, the place is relatively large and he often can't find his way to the box. So, after going around in circles or zigzagging the room for a while, he will finally just pee.
After the second time I saw this happen, I decided that I needed to try something quickly. I had originally purchased these about 9 months ago, for a diabetic cat I had who passed on last year. That cat wouldn't let me even try to get the diapers on him. He would fight and scream, you would think I was trying to kill him! But my little angel (I know, more cat lady talk...), being the adorable creature he is, lets me put these on him and it's been just wonderful.
He still circles the room a few times because I just can't convince him that it's ok to do it wherever he is, but he has been using diapers 24/7 and they work great. I usually change him a couple of times a day or so, one pack with 12 lasts about a week. The only thing is that it can be a little messy sometimes when solid things aren't quite as solid as they should be (if you get what I mean...), but I use these combined with pet wipes (that will become baby wipes once I finish the pack I am currently using, since he no longer grooms himself and I know he won't lick the chemicals) and it works just fine.
So, if you have a kitty and wonder if these would work, my certified cat lady opinion is that you'll be fine with these if your kitty allows you to put them on and doesn't remove them. I'd say an old cat who no longer grooms him/herself would probably be fine with it.
By the way, my kitty is very skinny due to his age, and he was a pretty normal average size for a cat (remember the cat in Pet Cemetary? That's what he looks like). If your cat is larger, you should definitely get a larger size or two. I haven't seen the small diapers, but from the size of the medium ones, I would think they are very, very tiny.
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August 2009: Now that our dog empties her bladder more than once during the night or while we're at work, we've had to change to baby diapers, in her case Huggies Overnight, size 6. It doesn't take too long to cut a hole for her tail. The main inconvenience is the tabs working the opposite way--they attach around her tummy instead of her back. I still use a cloth dog diaper over the Huggies to make sure the diaper stays on, and sometimes it's needed to soak up overflowing urine. (if you have an elderly dog too you might want to also try a product called Puppy Love paw pads, which keeps my dog from slipping on hardwood floors).