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post #1 of 27
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Ewwwwwww, I noticed Trout kept walking around weird..and kept licking her butt

So, I picked up her legs and there was a turd stuck on her fur

I grabbed a paper towel..and took it off and she meowed in disapproval

Anyway, it was her first one...hopefully there aren't too many more
post #2 of 27
Eeeew way TMI!!

Chuckie has had a bit of the runs lately and i was sitting on the bed talking to mum and had to keep putting him on the ground so a bit of poop hanging from his butt wouldn't go on the pretty doona cover


Love our kitties
post #3 of 27
ewwwwwwwwwwww Nat!!! So glad you found it before she spread it all over the furniture and all.
post #4 of 27
Tucker has had those, but thankfully not very often. The first time Mike had to hold him still while I cut it off with scissors! Poor little guy, he was embarrassed for quite awhile after that.
post #5 of 27
I was just looking at your new sig of Trout and thinking that expression she has says........

"you just had to go and tell them about the turd, didn't you?!"
post #6 of 27
Löki had some of those when I was switching him from Nutrience to Natural Balance for the dry food, but they have stopped. He won't eat the Nutrience "low cal" stuff (and trust me, at 20 pounds he needs to) but the Natural Balance both he and Jacob scarf it down! And I buy the one for overweight cats, although Jakie isn't (he hasn't lost any weight, if anything has put on weight because he eats more of it because he loves it). Löki, being the Momma's boy that he is, patiently stood while I wiped his little you-know-what till he was "regulated"! Ah - the things we do for our babies!
post #7 of 27
Welcome to my world NAT
post #8 of 27
wow, the things we share here,lol.

but that is funny poor kitty has some berries!!lol
post #9 of 27
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wow, the things we share here,lol.
I was just thinking that, thinking that we share just about everything here!

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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
I was just looking at your new sig of Trout and thinking that expression she has says........

"you just had to go and tell them about the turd, didn't you?!"
Your sooo right Nial!

I'm really glad that I've never experienced that with either of my boys!
post #10 of 27
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I'm really glad that I've never experienced that with either of my boys!
I never thought I would experience it
post #11 of 27
Don't feel bad! Every cat has a fur-turd every once in a while!
post #12 of 27
Aw dingleberry.

Zissou gets them occasionally and rubs her butt everywhere. Bleh.
post #13 of 27
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Don't feel bad! Every cat has a fur-turd every once in a while!
hmmmmm...... & here i thought they were called klingons....
post #14 of 27
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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
I was just looking at your new sig of Trout and thinking that expression she has says........

"you just had to go and tell them about the turd, didn't you?!"


Awwww poor Trout
post #15 of 27
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hmmmmm...... & here i thought they were called klingons....
Oh yeah, they totally are called klingons..I forgot about that term
post #16 of 27
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hmmmmm...... & here i thought they were called klingons....

Ha ha ha
Stan must be head of the "klingon empire". He's so used to me inspecting him for dingleberries that he actually pauses a few feet from the box and looks at me...it's part of our routine
post #17 of 27
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I was just looking at your new sig of Trout and thinking that expression she has says........

"you just had to go and tell them about the turd, didn't you?!"
definitely!

At least she tried to clean it herself instead of butt-schooching over everything or doing what Boomer does and swing her butt around until it flies off and hits a wall
post #18 of 27
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definitely!

At least she tried to clean it herself instead of butt-schooching over everything or doing what Boomer does and swing her butt around until it flies off and hits a wall
I can just picture that!


Luckily I've never had to deal with that, except for the odd piece found right outside the litter box.
post #19 of 27
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definitely!

At least she tried to clean it herself instead of butt-schooching over everything or doing what Boomer does and swing her butt around until it flies off and hits a wall
OMG Mental picture...too...hilarious...
post #20 of 27
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definitely!

At least she tried to clean it herself instead of butt-schooching over everything or doing what Boomer does and swing her butt around until it flies off and hits a wall
Oh Sev has done the scooting thing...sometimes I see that before I see HIM...then we have to go in the shower for a coolie cleaning...and he knows it too, he walks right in the shower
post #21 of 27
And then there was the morning that Ginger dropped one off right outside my bedroom door for me to step on first thing in the morning...





Looks like it might be time to give Trout a little bum-fur trim?
post #22 of 27
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And then there was the morning that Ginger dropped one off right outside my bedroom door for me to step on first thing in the morning...





Looks like it might be time to give Trout a little bum-fur trim?
OMG, she would NEVER let me near her bum fur
post #23 of 27
I have to get my roomie to hold her down so I can get her bum fur with the clippers.

She doesn't enjoy it, of course, but she likes not having dingleberries.

Actually, now that I think about it, she hasn't had one in a REALLY long time. I wonder why that is?
post #24 of 27
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I have to get my roomie to hold her down so I can get her bum fur with the clippers.

She doesn't enjoy it, of course, but she likes not having dingleberries.

Actually, now that I think about it, she hasn't had one in a REALLY long time. I wonder why that is?
well, Cable only gets them when her movements are on the soft side. maybe Ginger's had really firm stools lately?
post #25 of 27
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Ewwwwwww, I noticed Trout kept walking around weird..and kept licking her butt

So, I picked up her legs and there was a turd stuck on her fur

I grabbed a paper towel..and took it off and she meowed in disapproval

Anyway, it was her first one...hopefully there aren't too many more
LOL Try having 3 Longhaired 7 week old foster kittens! They are awful about getting poop in their fur. Im always having to clean them up. Good thing all Trout did was just meow. Ive been bit and scratched for doing that by many cats. LOL
post #26 of 27
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well, Cable only gets them when her movements are on the soft side. maybe Ginger's had really firm stools lately?
Well, I HAVE changed the dry they eat - used to be a Nutro blend and now it is mostly grain-free with Royal Canin Adult mixed in...so it could be a difference based upon the food change!

I'm not complaining, mind you.
post #27 of 27
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Well, I HAVE changed the dry they eat - used to be a Nutro blend and now it is mostly grain-free with Royal Canin Adult mixed in...so it could be a difference based upon the food change!

I'm not complaining, mind you.
definitely - Cable ALWAYS has difficulty when i do a food switch, altho it's usually the other direction...
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