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Head Boops & Wet Nose Kisses


Imrlgoddess

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Our sweet not so little fuzz muffin has decided that running his fat butt up the dining room curtains after invisibles is a fabulous pastime! His neuter  appointment is next Tuesday at Spaynation, I'm sure they'll spoil him. 

Life is so hard being an indoor kitty.... all the things to lay around on... the fancy scratchy post to keep the tosies razor sharp....

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feministxtian

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Yup...he's got those perfectly sharpened tozies just like my duo...poor Thor, he lives such a horribly neglected life...you should be ashamed of yourself!

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LadyCrow1313

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My mother's Siamese gets meat hooks like that from time to time, & she's usually "ok" (aka, not perfect) about letting us clip them.

I trust that Prince Thor would be an angel for them, right?  ;) 

Good luck on the snipping. It's a fairly quick procedure, & I'm sure he'll be up & running in no time.

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Imrlgoddess

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The last time Honey & I trimmed his nails he wasn't disagreeable exactly, we just caught him in a pouncy mood. He ended up wrapped in my jacket until he was 90% clipped. 

And I really should punish myself for how terribly he is neglected. :my_smile:

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LadyCrow1313

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8 minutes ago, Imrlgoddess said:

The last time Honey & I trimmed his nails he wasn't disagreeable exactly, we just caught him in a pouncy mood. He ended up wrapped in my jacket until he was 90% clipped. 

And I really should punish myself for how terribly he is neglected. :my_smile:

We should all be as neglected.  ;) 

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PennySycamore

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Is that Thor aboard a saddle?  Ride 'em, Thor!  Yee Haw!

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Imrlgoddess

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@PennySycamore  It is!  My husband owns a couple pasture ponies and that saddle has made it's rounds around the house, it's in the dining room right now.  It's really just a saddle shaped kitten throne though.  :my_smile:

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samira_catlover

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My husband just sneaks up on the kitties when they're relaxing on the back of the sofa---clips 1-2 nails at a time.

Poor neglected baby! Our cats are also living in Durance Vile, forced indoors, where they sleep on the waterbed---or on whatever pillow isn't in active use.  Ever come back from the bathroom at night and have to move the Damnit, because your side of the bed is now occupied? *eyeroll*

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CorruptionInc.

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Cat lovers believe in love at first "Head Bonk".

 

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feministxtian

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We should ALL be ashamed of how bad our furkids are neglected. Mine are currently crashed out on the back of the couch. I swear...they actually had to meow for grub this morning...how horrifying! How neglectful! My duo are forced to live inside, forced to leave their hair all over the couch, the carpet, my jacket...they're forced to stand guard when mama takes off her human fur to get wet (which drives them INSANE)....they live a very rough life!

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LadyCrow1313

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12 hours ago, feministxtian said:

We should ALL be ashamed of how bad our furkids are neglected. Mine are currently crashed out on the back of the couch. I swear...they actually had to meow for grub this morning...how horrifying! How neglectful! My duo are forced to live inside, forced to leave their hair all over the couch, the carpet, my jacket...they're forced to stand guard when mama takes off her human fur to get wet (which drives them INSANE)....they live a very rough life!

Here's a terrible story of feline neglect. Brace yourselves, it's horrendous.

My aunt usually gets up around 6:00am & feeds the cats (the aforementioned Siamese & a DLH). When I visited them yesterday, she said she slept in until 7:00am. The cats had to wait a whole extra hour to be fed.

I was about to call the ASPCA on them. Can you imagine such a thing?  :my_sad:

:my_biggrin:

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feministxtian

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1 hour ago, LadyCrow1313 said:

My aunt usually gets up around 6:00am & feeds the cats (the aforementioned Siamese & a DLH). When I visited them yesterday, she said she slept in until 7:00am. The cats had to wait a whole extra hour to be fed.

I was about to call the ASPCA on them. Can you imagine such a thing? 

OH MY GOODNESS!! Such neglect! Waiting an ENTIRE hour to be fed...that's cruel, just cruel! Yes, call the ASPCA for such a horrid example of mistreatment of those poor, poor felines...I mean, they could just whither away and die of starvation having to wait a whole hour for their food!

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