Paul Greene washes 2 very dramatic cats in new video

Paul Greene bathes his cats.

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Paul Greene bathes his cats.

Hallmark star Paul Greene loves his cats. He likes to share videos and stories about her on his YouTube channel and other social media channels. He has recently started sharing some everyday videos about his cats, including a demonstration of his attempting to bathe them while his cats howled and reacted dramatically.

“Don’t try this at home,” he warns in the subject line of his video

Green shared a video of him trying to wash his cats and helping his viewers learn some techniques that might help them too. He wrote in the caption: “My cats don’t groom themselves very well, especially Robbie. They are very, very vocal and lovable.”

You can watch the full video below.

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At the beginning of the video, his cat Robbie can be seen meowing loudly and awkwardly as he tries to put him in a sink filled with some water.


Greene said he filled the sink with some warm water, which is a good idea since cats are more accepting of warm water than water that feels too cold for them.


He said his cats are quite vocal but also “pretty scruffy” because they don’t groom themselves well, so he had to step in.

While bathing his cat Robbie, he just spilled a little shampoo on his hand and then gently placed it on the cat’s back, being careful not to pour the shampoo directly on the cat. After applying the shampoo, he carefully scooped some water onto the cat to rub the soap in while Robbie continued to mew his grievances. His cat actually seemed to calm down a bit after he sprayed Robbie with water and washed off the soap. But after a few minutes it got louder again. When they were done he wrapped Robbie in a towel to help dry him off and Robbie was very calm and comfortable at that moment.


He said his cat Kismet will try to clean Robbie sometimes because Robbie just doesn’t like licking and grooming himself. After he finished bathing Robbie, it was Kismet’s turn!


“You know what’s coming, I can feel their claws,” he commented as he started running the water. “… Prepare yourself, her scream is very human,” he warned viewers.

He was right. Kismet had a lot of very loud wails to share during her bath.


But they came through just fine, just like he did with Robbie.

“I didn’t even scratch myself,” he said.

Greene also shared a video of clipping his cat’s claws

Six days earlier, Greene shared a video about trimming his cats’ claws.

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Greene shared in the cat bathing video that he and fiancé Kate Austin took in the mother and seven babies during the COVID pandemic. They adopted Kismet and Robbie from the litter and found homes for the mother and the other babies. Unfortunately, two of the kittens died from FIP, he shared, and Kismet nearly died. He said Austin gave Kismet medication for 100 days to save her life.

“Save your cats, don’t buy them,” he advised his audience in his cat bathing video before saying goodbye.

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