September 18th 2012 11:42 am
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I was minding my own business and playing with my toy mouse. Mom petted me and said I was cute. Next thing I knew, Mom was fussing with my bum with a wet paper towel and pulled off a crusty piece of poop from my delicate fur back there! I meowed out loud in protest. Mom just said, "I sure wish you would clean your bum like a normal cat." Hrumph.
I just happen to not want to lick poop off my bum like other cats do. That is gross! Do you think my Mom would like to lick poop off her own bum? I think not. I just happen to be more civilized than Squirrel and refuse to lick my bum clean. Give me some kitty toilet paper!!!! or, a bidet?
Anyhow, it is a losing battle for Mom as I will have another crusty there in no time.
We have a little kitten who has the same problem....he had the cat cold really bad,& then diarrhea,but he's feeling better now....he still gets a "Cling-on" now & then....
Sumtimes I get "somethin" caught in my floofy bloomers. It is not our fault, but it is kinda yucky. I do not like mama pullin stuff that is stuck in my bloomers, but she does it anyway.
A bidet, MOL!! That's a great idea! Good job being civilized Kitcat, I knew I liked you.
Maybe if you do the scoot it will come off so your mom doesn't have to do that job...MOL!
You are making Mom laugh. Because, I am not sick or anything, I just will not lick my willnots! All her other kitties kept that part quite clean, using their tongue and the scoot for difficult ones that have grass embedded. I think that is gross and NEVER lick that part of me. Thus, I have an ever present piece of poop back there the size of a grain of rice. Mom pulled it off of me this morning, and I already have a new one now! She is trying to track me down as I write.
Even Squirrel tries to help me out but I won't let her. I can't see what all the fuss is about. It will drop off eventually. I guess Mom doesn't want that to happen on her pillow.
I don't lick mine either and have had to get baths to get it off!
See Mom! I'm not the only one.
MOL, dingleberries is the technical term.
Dingleberries! Ha, ha!