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EWW!! Gross, Miss Kitty!! (Warning...yucky!!)

post #1 of 26
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I just had to do the most disgusting thing for Miss Kitty.

She had a bit of poo stuck in her butt and I had to pull it out!!!

She came running into the living room after using the litter box, dragging her butt and looking freaked out. So I picked her up to comfort her and there it was...POOOO!!!
I had to take her into the bathroom and hold her down with one hand and remove the turd with the other (and some TP) while kneeling on her tail to keep it out of the way.
There was a yarn of gray cat hair attached to the poo, and it got caught in her butt!! She's got VERY thick fur, so I guess since she doesn't cough up hairballs all the time, it just comes out the other end or something. lol

You know, one of the reasons I decided not to have babies is that I don't want to wipe butts, and here my CAT makes that whole part of it null and void!
post #2 of 26
That is so funny!!!!
post #3 of 26
LMAO..... ewwwww


Bobbie
post #4 of 26
He he...I have 3 longhaired cats and that happens all the time! Otherwise they leave depostis around the house, once it was on my pillow! I guess I'd rather pull it out of her than find it there! Yuck!
post #5 of 26
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Originally Posted by 4kids4cats
LMAO..... ewwwww


Bobbie

post #6 of 26
: The same thing happens with my dog ALL the time! She's a Sheltie (a miniature collie, basically) and has really long, thick, coarse fur. So, every few weeks, I have to pull it out, or if it's real bad, give her a bath. I'm kinda used to it now, but it's still pretty gross....
post #7 of 26
Yuck!...I've had to pick pieces of poo off of Reilly too..the joys of having a long haired kitty
post #8 of 26
I just remembered my ex husband used to call it "cookie butt." Yuck!
post #9 of 26
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Miss Mew
Yuck!...I've had to pick pieces of poo off of Reilly too..the joys of having a long haired kitty
The bad thing is, she has short hair!! LOL She just has a thick, fuzzy double coat, which she licks all the time.
post #10 of 26
Awwww, poor Miss Kitty... and poor you!

Funny, I feel the same way about kids, but I have no problem cleaning vomited up hairballs.
post #11 of 26
Ewwwie..

I am glad all f my cats are shorthaired.. but my dog isn't.. and constantly gets poo stuck in his fur.
post #12 of 26
Yuck-o!
post #13 of 26
AHAHAHAHAHA too funny!!!
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by Zoe'n'MissKitty
You know, one of the reasons I decided not to have babies is that I don't want to wipe butts...
This is really, really, REALLY none of my business... but let me just share my own experience:

The diaper-changing thing was a big part of my reason for not having children, too... and also, I just didn't GET IT about children, didn't CONNECT with them.

Until my nephew was born. Holding him when he was 30 minutes old, watching him grow and discover and come to love us all, seeing him become a PERSON, and a WONDERFUL person, at that... it finally got through to me, and I finally realized -- children are what life is all about! Children AND cats, AND dogs, and living things of all kinds... but children above all.

This is an emotional revelation that usually hits people earlier in life. By the time I had my epiphany, I was unattached and my biological clock was (in the immortal words of Marisa Tomei) tickin' like DIS! I was finally ready... but Mr. Right didn't come along, and now my ship has sailed, and that's that.

So my point is... having children is so much, much bigger and better and VASTLY more important than any number of diaper changes! There may very well come a day when you, too, will have that breakthrough moment and realize how much you want to be a mom. Please don't consider your decision final... keep your mind and your heart open to the possibility.

Okay, pulling my nose back out of your business now. Take care...
post #15 of 26
I've had to do that. Emmett likes to eat my hair, not as much anymore. It was nasty coming out the other end.
post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by CarolPetunia
This is really, really, REALLY none of my business... but let me just share my own experience:

The diaper-changing thing was a big part of my reason for not having children, too... and also, I just didn't GET IT about children, didn't CONNECT with them.

Until my nephew was born. Holding him when he was 30 minutes old, watching him grow and discover and come to love us all, seeing him become a PERSON, and a WONDERFUL person, at that... it finally got through to me, and I finally realized -- children are what life is all about! Children AND cats, AND dogs, and living things of all kinds... but children above all.

This is an emotional revelation that usually hits people earlier in life. By the time I had my epiphany, I was unattached and my biological clock was (in the immortal words of Marisa Tomei) tickin' like DIS! I was finally ready... but Mr. Right didn't come along, and now my ship has sailed, and that's that.

So my point is... having children is so much, much bigger and better and VASTLY more important than any number of diaper changes! There may very well come a day when you, too, will have that breakthrough moment and realize how much you want to be a mom. Please don't consider your decision final... keep your mind and your heart open to the possibility.

Okay, pulling my nose back out of your business now. Take care...

Hold on there! I have nephews, and I still don't want kids. Its not just the icky diapers (i've changed one before) its the fact that I don't like kids. I have nothing in common and I don't think the things they do are cute.

My cat can stratch my eye out, but its still adorable to me. I can clean that litter box and I can clean his butt and anything else gross he does, but I would never do that for a child.

I don't believe children is what life is about. My life is, and will be better for not having them.

Oh no...is this tread going to get sent to IMO???

BTW, your ship hasn't passed. You don't need a man to have a baby. You can adopt or sperm bank it.

In this day and age, women only need men to kill spiders.
post #17 of 26
I have Persian cats. I've had to do this on many occasions. I'm over it.
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by menagerie mama
I just remembered my ex husband used to call it "cookie butt." Yuck!
Cookie butt???? HAHAHAH!!! Gross and hilarious all at the same time!
post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by Creepyowl
I've had to do that. Emmett likes to eat my hair, not as much anymore. It was nasty coming out the other end.
Same here! I have long blonde hair that tends to come out in tons when I'm brusing and drying my hair. I have light tan carpet, so the hair blends in and I can't see it to pick it up, but I think Marlee eats a strand every once in a while! Just like Zoe'n'MissKitty said, me and BF were sitting on the bed one day, and Marlee was in her litter box. She got out and ran in a few circles before sitting and scooting. Freaked me out, so I ran over to see what was wrong, and she had poopy stuck there! When I pulled it out, I saw the hair.....poor baby! Only happened that once luckily.
post #20 of 26
I hate it when two pieces of poo are stuck together by a hair in cat box, and then they get stuck on the scooper and I have to try to get them off into the bag.
post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by zak&rocky
I hate it when two pieces of poo are stuck together by a hair in cat box, and then they get stuck on the scooper and I have to try to get them off into the bag.
Haha! That picture just made me start giggling! It is gross though!
post #22 of 26
It's happened to me with my Max..
post #23 of 26
Eeewww! Here I was laughing at you and tonight I catch Pushy scooting his butt! Sure enough, there's a dangly there. Human hair and cat poo don't mix so well I guess.
post #24 of 26
Hmmm...Guess none of you guys have had to give your cat an enema!!

Thats NASTY poo!!! I had to do it for my poor little Portia when she was small and couldn't go to the toilet properly! I tell you what, you have never seen a person so excited when a cat can do a poop on its own!!!
post #25 of 26
This poopy thread has me laughing my head off.....I guess you could shave their butts and then the poop would`nt stick and be a problem...just tell people that your kitties are a cross between a cat and a bare-butted baboon!
Linda
post #26 of 26
ok, this thread is hilarious, but i feel i should remind everyone that you shouldn't pull on anything coming out the rear end, because it could cause internal injuries. of course, that wouldn't include just removing it from where it's stuck on fluffly butts!
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