31 May '13, 2am

Tarzan the Tar-Covered Cat is Saved by Good Samaritan

Tarzan the Tar-Covered Cat is Saved by Good Samaritan

Anyone who has ever tried to clean oil off an animal knows that it’s a very long and tedious process that involves a lot of water, a lot of Dawn dish detergent and a whole lot of patience. But when it comes to taking tar off of an animal’s fur, well, it’s sort of like washing your hair in a sink full of chewing gum. It's not uncommon for animals to wander into construction sites, which are full of hazards. Last week, a young orange tabby got himself into a very sticky situation when he wandered into a construction site in Hyde Park, Massachusetts. The cat made his way into an area of thick tar and was coated in the black substance all the way up to his chest. Tar can be produced from petroleum, coal, wood or peat. And though the toxicity of the product this feline encountered is unknown, thankfully he didn’t get a chance to try licking it off because a Good Samaritan notic...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/tarzan-the-tar-covered-cat-is...

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