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Foam Fascination

Posted by terrepruitt on August 7, 2017

Our cats are still young and they don’t throw up. I think that as cats age their digestion changes — just like us humans — and they might not be able to handle the fur as well (not that we humans lick ourselves and get fur bellies). I think when they get older is when they start yacking up hairballs. Also, some cats just do it all their lives. I thought all cats did it all their lives, but as I said, our cats don’t. So, that is when I began to think it was an age thing. But, of course, the minute we have an inexperienced cat sitter, the cats throw up. Cat/cats we are not sure. Poor sitter didn’t know what it was. We think it was a hairball, but those of you that know hair”balls” they don’t resemble a “ball” at all. They look more like hairLOGS and then you start to wonder what end it came out of. Ok, gross, I know. TMI maybe, but c’mon . . . us cat owners know what I am talking about. So anyway . . . we have this dear friend of ours do us the ultimate favor and watch our girls and one of them throws up. Figures.

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And, much to my HUGE surprise, it totally worked to get up the spot. YAY! So, not only did the spot come totally up . . . the process was entertainment for my cat. Maybe cat owners understand my excitement. Anything that does not harm my cats but can serve as a source of entertainment . . . . I am all for it! Anything that helps get those little brains and bodies occupied—WHOOPEE! So this was a double win! Well, actually it made me crack up . . . so I count it as a triple win!

Nessa, she is a thinker . . . she is fascinated by things. The foam disappearing completely fascinated her. Ha!

4 Responses to “Foam Fascination”

  1. I wonder what she thought the foam was? And I’m very glad it worked! When my dog has an accident, it sometimes works and sometimes doesn’t, much to our chagrin.

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    • Ha. I don’t know. But not only was it there and is slowly disappeared, but it made noise! Ya know, little foamy noises!

      I am glad it worked, too. I wasn’t even expecting it to work, but it did. I was just doing it because I hadn’t done anything for days.

      When our other cat was having accidents, I resorted to bleach. I didn’t care if it bleached the carpet. I just wanted it clean. But out carpet is very old and in need of replacing so that is why I didn’t care if it got discolored. 🙂 Poor animals and their accidents!

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